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Refurbishment of an eight storey Art Deco building in Fitzrovia to provide characterful office space
The existing building has been enhanced through the addition of rear and rooftop extensions providing increased office space, restoration of the historic Art Deco facades, premium tenant facilities and CAT A office refurbishment throughout. The finished building provides 38,877ft2 of office space over eight floors.
The new reception references the building’s Art Deco heritage with a timeless material palette using geometrical elements broken up with streamlined curves. The double-height space features terrazzo flooring, an exposed steel column, curved Crittall style glazed partitions, hardwood timber rod clad wall, plush leather seating by Bill Amberg Studio, large circular feature lights and black anodised metal detailing.
The sixth floor office space has uninterrupted views across Central London. Internally, the space is defined by exposed dark grey steelwork with a central raft composed of white metal rods. This area is enclosed by dark grey Crittall style curtain walling with curved corners and a silver canopy with large sliding doors opening onto the terrace.