We were appointed to create a design for Thames Central, a large office building located in West London. Our brief included adapting the reception, common areas and large atrium into modern, striking spaces.
We were approached to develop a concept scheme for the common areas of a prominent building on Great Portland Street. The scheme incorporates a fresh, sleek design, aimed to modernise the building, which has seen a number of minor amendments over a number of years.
Our client was nearing the end of an ambitious three-year program to build a large new campus headquarters. A space was identified in their Research and Engineering building to install a state of the art Collaborative Visualisation Environment.
With The Langham Estate as our client, we were asked to complete a concept design scheme for the common parts of Devonshire House, A prominent building located off Great Portland Street. We created two design options for our client including a proposal for works to the exterior to create more street presence and update the existing signage.
Following the successful completion of levels 16 & 26 of the Gherkin in London, we were appointed to design Levels 49 & 50 of 1345 Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) in New York City for the same confidential client.
This confidential project was completed for a client who required a presentation environment to showcase their technology. We worked to design a “minimal” interior based on high quality materials that were well detailed. This allowed the technology and the client’s content to be the “hero” of the visitor experience.
The Fashion and Textile Museum was founded by Zandra Rhodes and designed by the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta in 2000.
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”.