Second Home London Fields, a new workspace by Cano Lasso Architects

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Architects
Cano Lasso Arquitectos
Collaborators
Environmental engineer.- Richie & Daffin. Structural engineer.- Webb Yates. ETFE designer.- Lastra & Zorilla
Client
Second Home (founded by Sam Aldenton and Rohan Silva).
Main contractor
EXA s.r.l.
Location
125–127 Mare st, London E8 3SJ, London, UK
Key materials
Polycarbonate, wood wool, ETFE
Key architectural features
20x20m ETFE facade, full glazed curtain wall system, 16 flying tables, biophilia hanging system filled with plants, 1.2m glass voids to connect floors, double & triple height spaces, custom lighting, transparency/translucency, on-site nursery and rooftop, cork acoustic panels, lightbox bar.
Furnishing
Total number of plants and trees.- 500. Number of different chairs and lamps.- 450. Furniture.- Mid-century original chairs and lamps, howe 40/4 Swivel chair designed by David Rowland, Cano lasso bar and bar stools.
Area/Size
25,500 sqf (2,369 sqm)
Cost
€5,6 million £5 million

Diego Cano Pintos, Gonzalo Cano Pintos, Alfonso Cano Pintos. Estudio CanoLasso

CanoLasso is an architecture studio based in Madrid, led by the architects Diego Cano Pintos, Gonzalo Cano Pintos and Alfonso Cano Pintos.

The studio, founded by Julio Cano Lasso, father of the three architects, has a long history with important competitions and built works, and has been awarded various prizes and recognitions on a Spanish scale.

Diego Cano Pintos
Architect, born in Santiago de Compostela in 1954 and graduated in Architecture from the ETSAM in Madrid (1978). Rating: Remarkable.

Gonzalo Cano Pintos
Architect born in Madrid in 1956 and graduated in Architecture with honors from the ETSAM in Madrid (1985).
Professor of Architectural Design at the CEU School of Architecture in Madrid.
Professor of Architectural Projects at the University of Navarra Faculty of Architecture.

Alfonso Cano Pintos
Architect, born in Madrid in 1960 and graduated in Architecture with honors from the ETSAM in Madrid (1986).
Professor of Architectural Projects at the Madrid School of Architecture between 1995 and 2003.
Professor of Architectural Projects at the University of Navarra, Faculty of Architecture.
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