10 March 2020

The Stylus, Residential Scheme Complete

Posted by Peter S. Whitlam Project Director

The Jefferson Sheard Architects delivered, mixed use residential scheme, The Stylus, is now complete and successfully handed over. This major £18.5m project in Hayes, West London, for client Cfield Construction and ultimate client Paradigm Housing Association, creates a landmark development in the area.

The 10-storey building, encompasses 120 apartments, commercial space, undercroft parking and stunning landscaped multi-level podium gardens throughout the three interlinked residential blocks.

The aesthetic uses a palette of natural materials, including timber cladding and brick, integrated with substantial glazing, to create a striking façade.

The scheme achieves strong sustainable credentials, with the implementation of photovoltaic cells to produce solar power, biodiverse roofs and the use of off-site fabrication methods, contributes to reducing the project’s carbon footprint.

Jefferson Sheard Architects pre-novation project lead Joanna Espin said;

“After six years working as lead design consultant alongside a fantastic, committed team and client, we are proud to have played a central role in bringing this high quality West London development to life. With over 80% of the apartments being allocated as affordable housing, it provides much needed quality housing stock to the area.”

Peter Whitlam, Project Director and post-novation project lead for Jefferson Sheard Architects added,

“Working closely with our client and the design team, we have delivered high quality living and working spaces with residents and commercial end users at the heart of the development. Terraces and three generous podium roof gardens set at different levels throughout the development provide a universal connection with the outside, encouraging community engagement. This combines pleasant communal space with modern internal accommodation creating a high quality, desirable home, encouraging multi-generational living.”

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