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With floorplates of an acre and ceiling heights up to four metres, maximising the flexibility of layouts and providing visual interest within these huge volumes were critical to our re-engineering of this under-used 1980s development.
Our solution sees the introduction of a 100-metre long ‘street’ in the heart of the building, providing pockets of space for waiting or meeting.
An exemplary example of high quality design within a rural setting, Fallahogey Studio nestles sunken within the agrarian landscape of Northern Ireland, providing an architectural studio for the practice McGarry-Moon Architects. Designed to compliment the rural surroundings, the building is informed by shapes and materials prevalent within the locale. The project demonstrates the benefits of investing in good design through attracting new clientele and increasing revenue for the business, while providing an uplifting environment for staff, improving wellbeing and productivity.
Tucked amongst the quiet lanes of Hammersmith, our refurbishment has transformed this mews into a playfully considered office space for landscape architect Marcus Barnett and his team. With this, we created a sequence of spaces that both reflect the company’s personality and suit the team’s pragmatic needs, while retaining the building’s character.
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 Frieze office build could have been a complicated project as Quinn Architects worked for both the Landlord on the structure and Frieze on the interior, but Laurence and his team were a pleasure to work with at all times. Quinn Architects understood clearly the effect we were looking for, and designed both the structure and details to fit this brief perfectly. We could not be happier with the finished product - the office is a great pleasure in which to work.
Matthew Slotover, Director, Frieze
Self-initiated studio build project in central London. Design extrapolates agricultural typologies for a contemporary structure, paying homage to the history of the site, and Waterloo city farm with whom we share the plot.
Regeneration of an underused high profile site in Shoreditch, Hackney, creating a new mixed use development of 70 apartments and 1200m2 of ground floor commercial/retail space in two new buildings with a landscaped courtyard between.