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Foster + Partners Unveils Design for The William, One of London's Largest Timber Developments

6 days ago   |   By Arch Daily

The William Queensway - exterior. Image © The Boundary
Foster + Partners has revealed the design for a new mixed-use development in the northern end of the central London high street. The building is located on Queensway, opposite the Whitley, the famous department store, which is also being transformed by Foster + Partners as part of a larger redevelopment scheme. Named The William, after William Whiteley, the eponymous founder of the famous Whiteleys, the project includes six floors of office space, shops, and 32 new homes, 11 of which will be affordable.
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