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A new-build pavilion for the members of the Shooters Hill Lawn Tennis Club in South London, embracing an opportunity to re-think the way the existing club occupies the space and functions as a community.
Mons Cheesemongers is located on Lordship Lane, a prominent food destination in South East London. Mons import traditionally made cheeses from France & Switzerland, ripened in the cellars at St Haon le Chatel. Fraher focused on the internal spacial layout and shop front. The design approach utilizes sympathetic materials which reflect traditional maturing rooms.
PAD studio was appointed to complete a series of conversions on this well-known Georgian farm into luxury ‘farm-stay’ holiday accommodation, ensuring the long-term viability of this award winning organic farm. Farming operations will continue, housed in several other buildings on the site.
HereThere have designed and project managed a multi-store roll out on behalf of Ollie Quinn, a UK brand with a 'Glocal"attitude (think global, act local). Stores have been nationwide with newly opened boutiques in Bath and Cardiff, Angel, Leeds, Putney, Bristol and Brighton.
Breaking with established Marriott interior design style, the brief required a new contemporary image for the Marriott “Great Room” concept, to create a stimulating place in which to work, relax and socialize.