Residential Case Study
Shard Place, London
Shard Place is a 26 story residential development housing 176 apartments from studios to three bedrooms and the third building in Renzo Piano’s Shard Quarter. Situated between St. Thomas Street and London Bridge Street and adjacent to The Shard, Shard Place was previously Fielden House before demolition. Shard Place is one of London’s most central and connected residences, a 28-minute train ride from Gatwick international airport and a short stroll to London’s South Bank. It encompasses five-star amenities, including a rooftop pool, fitness suite, cinema room and private roof garden.
Cellecta’s HiDECK Structural 28 was specified by Renzo Piano Building Workshop due to it being a conductive structural floorboard and having outstanding acoustic and fire performance and low thermal resistance.
Mace was awarded this 12,000m² contract for this development in London.