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Marks & Spencer Foodhall anchors Cradle Bride Retail Park in Trowbridge and forms part of an overall strategic masterplan to Trowbridge Town Centre. The siting of the building provides a direct connection to St Stephens Place on the opposite side of the River Biss and is this is further reinforced by the construction of a new footbridge linking the two sites together.
Our team developed an interior shop concept for Burro e Salvia ‘pastificio’ (fresh pasta shop) in London.
The design responds to the challenge of creating a domestic yet contemporary atmosphere.
The front of the commercial unit houses the retail component of the business and the rear is dedicated to the eating and testing of the fresh pasta products prepared on the premises.
A section of the slab in the rear room was removed allowing natural light to shine through, enhancing the quality of the space, and creating a double height feature space.
The Big Bothy is the nickname given to our design for the 400sqm hub building, forming a central part of a wider boutique hotel development on the outskirts of the town of Portree, Isle of Skye.
The term ‘Bothy’ is a traditional Scottish word, historically used to describe the small cottages found dotted across the rocky landscapes of the Highlands which served as both stores for farm labourers and short-term refuges for travellers seeking respite from the harsh winter climate of Northern Scotland.
The project hopes to be a timely...
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.