Monthly Archives: May 2012
The Imperial War Museum exists to document and educate new generations about the origins and experience of both world wars in the last century.
This important national institution is located in Lambeth Road, just south of the river. The building was originally a hospital but converted to a museum just after the First World War.
In 2009 the National Skills Academy for Financial Services opened it’s doors in East India Dock Road.
The previously disused building had originally had been a school in Victorian times and fallen into a state of disrepair. The facade and Tudor style hall were listed as “building of historical interest and character”.
In 2011 we designed the office space for 120 people on level 2 at 30 St.Marys Axe, London, otherwise known as the “Gherkin”. The building is one
of the most iconic landmarks
on the London skyscape.
“Due to the circular floorplan our space planning options were limited. We produced visually uncluttered interior spaces that relate to strength of the building architecture and structure”