LBS Case Study

The TEA building Shoreditch

Automatic Fire Curtains at The Tea Building in Shoreditch

THE TEA BUILDING, Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JJ

LBS are pleased to have provided a number of Automatic Fire Curtains in the Tea Building working with Knight Harwood and architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.

Originally built as a factory for Allied Foods’ Lipton brand, the Tea Building has been a Shoreditch landmark since the early 1930s. It was originally designed as a bacon curing factory and later served as a tea warehouse and is now part of Shoreditch’s rebirth as a service-sector hub.

The property boasts 157,150 square feet of reconfigurable and affordable studio office space across five floors, as well as galleries and communal area. The property’s tenants include media firms, marketing agencies, fashion labels, retailers, artists, and designers. The building is also home to restaurants and Shoreditch House, a private members club. Tenants include Crowd DNA, Dirty Burger, Fetch, Lyle’s, Mother London, Monkey Kingdom, StartJG, and


The Tea Building


Hackney London E1 6JJ


Knight Harwood and Architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

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