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Occupying a significant 1.5 acre site in the city centre, the redevelopment of the former Charles Street Police Station in Leicester offered an opportunity to rejuvenate the wider area. The project brief included upgrading and extending an existing listed building, adding an extension and a new office and residential block to provide high quality office space and housing.
We have submitted to planning an application for the refurbishment and extension of an existing commercial Victorian building in Peckham South London. The application proposes the provision of a mixed-use scheme of B1 Business units and C3 Residential units.
Thirty Broadwick replaces a large unattractive building taking up a block in the heart of Soho. Emrys’s task was to nestle a new 120,000 sq ft building into the mixed urban context without being overbearing. Emrys broke down the main facades into component parts, employing a palette of materials characteristic of the conservation area but applied in a contemporary manner. One section of the façade to Broadwick Street is formed in two distinct parts, the predominant section is in roman brick with Portland stone detailing with a second part clad...
DC Thomson Courier Building - Headquarter offices at Meadowside Dundee - Full refurbishment with major alterations to the internal building fabric along with integration of additional Vista Level 10 floor plate, removal of existing Level 5 slate roof with reinstatement of new incorporating ribbon band glazing to perimeter of building parapet and new mezzanine level incorporating full length atrium glazing.
Unilever’s UK headquarters is in Leatherhead in Surrey in a building we designed for them around 10 years ago.
Occupying a former industrial brownfield site, the design of the 204,000 sq ft office complex required a sensitive and sustainable approach which acknowledged the adjacent green belt. The three-storey office building is set over a podium deck which, by utilising the existing topography on the site, has allowed the required car parking provision to be largely concealed.
New headquarters for international furniture maker Brunner, converting a historic warehouse on Rosebery Ave. in Clerkenwell into a light spacious gallery showroom and offices, in the heart of London’s design quarter.
Set in an unusually long narrow industrial 1890s warehouse building, the new showroom is part of Brunner’s long term plan to expand its UK operations and dramatically increase the brand’s public face.
The Zig Zag Building replaces a 1950s office block with exemplary new office space. Colonnades at various scales indicate and define the entrances to the various different types of accommodation housed within the broader scope of our project e.g. offices, housing, restaurants, shops, bars, etc. Situated between a cathedral and a town hall on Victoria Street, the design seeks to mediate between these two in terms of size and scale and to establish a credible and pleasurable urban spatial order connecting together the grain of this part of Westminster. The...
The redevelopment of this tired 1970s building next to Reading station has created an elegant new landmark for the town centre. We stripped the building back to its frame, added four storeys and squared off the chamfered corners, a technically challenging process which required the integration of architecture and structural engineering design.