Watermark Place, London


Project Watermark Place
Client Core
Location London, UK
Architect Fletcher Priest Architects
Contractor Sir Robert McAlpine
Entrance Circular Full Vision Revolving Doors; model CFV 2800AY

Watermark Place, London

Watermark Place is an 11-storey office building with 500,000m² of office space on Upper Thames Street, London. The building was designed by Fletcher Priest Architects and was recently let out to the Japanese bank Nomura.


Bauporte was commissioned to design, manufacture and install three fully automatic Circular Full Vision revolving doors


The doors have a diameter of 2800mm and a height of 3800mm


They were originally fitted with orange tinted glass walls and ceilings. It has now been changed into low-iron, clear glass upon request of the new tenant


Such a striking building of course needs a very special entrance!


Two automatic Elegance revolving doors on the side complete the whole. These doors are fitted with a driving mechanism installed in the ground, hidden away to be completely invisible.