a relatively narrow secondary street surrounded by buildings of varying scales of 9-16 floors. The building design takes reference from the materials of the surrounding heritage buildings and presents an angled brickwork and precast stone panel façade to the street. The panels and windows are collected into a two storey repeating format with strong horizontal precast band course.
Landrow Place is a new build 15 storey build-to-rent (BTR) residential development in the Jewellery Quarter
conservation area of central Birmingham. There are 259 1-, 2- and 3- bed apartments for rent and a large provision of shared amenity spaces including: multi-function events space, private dining spaces, lounge, reception, games area and parking.
The building is positioned on Lionel Street which is