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IKAWA headquarters involves refurbishing two existing warehouse floors into a quiet workspace and manufacturing workshop space for the on site design and production of IKAWA’s digital sample coffee roaster.
The project brief involves designing a mix of cellular quiet offices and meeting rooms, a research laboratory, an open plan flexible use workshop & manufacturing space with flexible electrical services strategy and a cafe demonstration space.
Creating a dynamic, new spatial experience within the sketch entrance, RIBA award-winning architects PiM.studio has used the pine dowels to create temporary walls.
We wanted to create a welcoming and warm space for this exhibition, yet elegant and simple by using as little material as possible, we cut some thin steel shapes to hold together the dowels which are the real protagonists in the project.
The warmth of the natural wood and the see-through nature of the screens enable the space to be transformed with its zig zag layout.
New archaeological museum and visitors centre in the remarkable landscape of Kilmartin Glen. Winner of the 1998 Gulbenkian Prize, Scottish Museum of the Year and the 1997 Argyll & Bute Planning Design award.
Comprehensive refurbishment, extension and restoration of a 1765 Grade II Listed property in Camden’s Bloomsbury Conservation Area, for a bespoke tailor’s shop with flats above.
The project consolidates, preserves and restores the listed fabric enhancing the building’s long-term conservation and reinforcing the street’s historic use-pattern of “living above the shop” by expanding the tailoring into the basement and adding a contemporary 2-storey rear extension; as well as creating two high-value new residential units in the upper floors.
The project created a flagship building for the newly formed college, establishing a bold new façade and entrance whilst internally providing a range of formal and break-out spaces that reflect the college’s new vision for teaching and learning.
The horseshoe plan transformed an existing courtyard into a bright and flexible atrium space, while a suite of state of the art teaching and breakout spaces were created in a refurbished block and new build wings.
The building was delivered in phases keeping the college in operation throughout the works and was part funded...
The Science Gallery at King’s College is an extraordinary project that combines the innovative programme of the Science Gallery International with the research strengths and history of King’s College London.