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Extensive refurbishment comprising of a split section to the rear. This sectional arrangement was utilised to develop a concept of a geological strata linking all spaces to the rear with its uniform and consistent finish. The strata forms a raised terrace, a kitchen, floor, wall and ceiling and a metal clad central stair element pierces through forming circulation between the levels and spaces.
Comprehensive improvements and expansion to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts grade II listed headquarters at 195 Piccadilly. Our Strategic Improvements Masterplan focuses on robust flexibility with options for phasing.
Proposals enhance BAFTA’s identity as an international centre of excellence for the motion picture arts, and balance members’ needs with extra revenue generation to ensure long-term financial sustainability for the charity.
A long, low pavilion forms the garden’s western perimeter, just touching the listed house and contrasting sensitively with existing structures. Iroko cladding is both solid and screen, filtering views into and out of the building through glass walls. Dark grey metalwork provides contrast and a green roof environmental advantages.
The internal spaces are flooded with natural light and allow a close connection to the garden, changing skies and the sun’s passage. There are long internal vistas beside three service cores and very generous column-free, high volumes. Materials include stone, marble, teak...
Remodelling of an Edwardian detached house in Bexhill-On-Sea to create an open-plan kitchen diner, guest WC, utility room and an additional bathroom. Period features were retained and restored wherever possible.
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