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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.
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.
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.
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...
Our brief was to modernise the interiors of One Station Square, an under-used 1970s office block in Bracknell, increasing its attractiveness to occupiers.
We wanted to provide something completely new for the Bracknell office market and a major contributor to this goal was the removal of the suspended ceilings to expose the ‘potted’ soffit. This creates the impression of larger spaces.