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Mixed use 

From urban regeneration projects to all-in-one developments, we have designed complex building services systems that are independent and work in harmony for maximum efficiency and comfort.
Projects include residential-led development with affordable housing, convenience retail, creative hubs, co-working spaces with hot-desk offices in the centre of busy cities, or large retail and entertainment-focused complexes with multi-level shopping centres, cinemas and high-rise office or hotel buildings.
180 Strand
180 Strand

180 The Strand is a fascinating project. Located in the heart of London between busy West End and the Embankment of the river Thames, the project is a redevelopment of the existing office block constructed in 1965.Frederick Gibberd's Portland stone building has become a hub for art, culture, style and fashion in recent times.With an arts programme curated by The Vinyl Factory, his iconic Brutalist building provides a new space to house creative industries, where innovative businesses and visionary talents can collaborate.

Porto Franco
Porto Franco

Porto Franco is located in Tallinn's Old Town and the passenger port. It is the largest commercial and office centre in the heart of the city, with total area of approximately 160,000 sqm, and includes the shopping centre (GLA 40.000 sqm), the largest hypermarket in the city centre (6,600 sqm), cafes and restaurants, underground parking for 1,250 cars and the office centre (GLA 30,000 sqm).


CDI has completed MEP serviced design, in collaborative partnership with design team from Estonia, Finland and the UK. We use BIM to create, manage and share the properties of the development throughout its design cycle.


Model of the building has incorporated physical, commercial, environmental data. Thermal modelling provided servicing strategy and solutions that can be cost-effectively optimised against agreed parameters.


CD International has been appointed to undertake Concept, Schematic and Detail Design for this mixed use development. Thermal modelling was implemented to assist in selection of optimal strategy for heating and cooling and establish energy profile.


The Gross Building Area of the SEC will be 71,300 sqm across four floors. Areas include hypermarket, shopping mall, cinema and restaurants with total GLA 45,000sqm, hotel 6,800sqm and residential block of 17,650sqm.


Shopping & Entertainment Centre Lukianivka is one of the most ambitious projects undertaken by leading Ukrainian developer Arricano. Together with fashion-galleries, supermarkets, an entertainment zone, underground and roof car-parks, it will include two 20th century architectural monuments: City railway depot the old power plant, both to be restored and included within the complex.

South Hornchurch
South Hornchurch

Residential led mixed use development, located on former Somerfield Depot area, and comprising 516 residential units, 1750sqm commercial floor space, 480 car parking spaces and ancillary landscaping and circulation space.


This is an eight acre site in the heart of the London Riverside Regeneration Area. The area will be transformed into a flagship location for sustainable urban living. The new residential development at New Road, Rainham falls under the Havering Planning initiative for a sustainable energy strategy.


The design for the building services will incorporate solar hot water heating, central CHP plant, high insulation levels on storage cylinders and distribution pipework, whole house mechanical ventilation with heat recovery, and water conservation and rainwater harvesting.

Mirabad Avenue
Mirabad Avenue

Mirabad Residential project is a unique opportunity for a new type of residential development in the city of Tashkent and will initiate regeneration of the area and create a new urban quarter.


We are proud to be one of a few international teams that are currently working in Uzbekistan. Beautiful country with the ancient history, unique mix of traditional Silk Route and Soviet architecture have been gradually opening up to the world and welcomes new approach and technologies to create new their living built environment.


The design team lead by Chapman Taylor Partners (CTP) with local planning institute advising on specific of planning and regulations. The competent design team with international experience is to ensure that local culture and traditions are embedded into the planning and design of the residential quarters.


There will be around 2000 mid and high- end apartments delivered in two phases, spread across four blocks with massive green courtyards in each block, underground parking and green roofs. First two floors of each building are allocated for commercial spaces, like shops, small offices, restaurant and amenities, including gym, nursery and services for the local residents.

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