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Contemporary 2-storey brick extension to provide additional office space for a Grade II Listed Crematorium, drawing on the inspiration of the surrounding buildings and using geometric symbology and contrasting brick motifs to form a contemporary addition to a heritage site.
Marketing One Valpy as a contemporary, urban workspace with an attentive service required a design to match. We took this 1980s building in the centre of Reading which had been vacant for some years and carefully targeted the design interventions to produce an effective, yet economically viable scheme.
Compact, contemporary office accommodation for an Arts Organisation located on a tight city centre site.
The project involved extending a Grade II listed former Church in the middle of Brighton’s South Laines.
“7 Air Street is the latest example of how our Offices by Regent Street product delivers highly customer focused space with an industry leading approach to sustainable development. Barr Gazetas and the entire project team have done a fantastic job designing and delivering this landmark office scheme.” — The Crown Estate
Two existing buildings on a site in the district of Holon were completely reorganised and refurbished to house the new facilities of the company. The two building were over-cladded with aluminium panels with a pattern of different shades of grey. The internal layout strategy allowed for both cellular and open plan offices and at the same time it enhance the experience of guest and users of the building avoiding corridors.
In association with Lea Katz