25 Savile Row Derwent London
More than a new headquarters; the project took on a symbolic role of expressing Derwent London’s passion for design.
Turnmill Derwent London
'The elegant six-storey corner office block helped to redefine the scope and standards of contemporary office design.' Ike Ijeh
Princelet Street Co-working Fora
Shoreditch co-working spaces created through connecting and remodelling two Victorian warehouses.
Harella House Chait Investment Corporation Ltd
Considered refurbishment reveals the building's history whilst reducing carbon emissions by 47%.
36-38 Berkeley Square Astrea Asset Management
Balancing the historic context with the ambition for a beautiful, sustainable and humane workspace.
Millennium Bridge House Angelo Gordon & Beltane Asset Management
With a rich context between St Paul's and the River Thames, this refurbishment is highly sustainable whilst resolving complex site issues.
The Copyright Building Derwent London
The London office as a civic building, with active streetfronts and richly detailed interiors connecting to Fitzrovia's artisanal past.
Two Tabernacle Street Durley Investment Corporation
A brass clad architectural form hidden from the street, revealing itself after moving through the Victorian entrance.
The Centro Building Brockton Capital
Originally built as a furniture depository, the building is now home to fashion and design companies.
Sumner Street Landsec
Embracing an ethos of doing more with less, the building embodies a long-life loose-fit approach to workspace.
2 Gee Street Chait Investment Corporation
Drawing on the Clerkenwell vernacular, the crittal glazed workspace building develops a former car park site.
Fora Reading Co-Working Fora/Brockton Capital
Co-working with hotel-style service and integrated technology crafted through coherent to read, easy to inhabit and intuitive to use spaces.
Spring Place Co-Working Fora
Co-working spaces for the creative industries with a ground floor opening out to the public realm, housing a café, bar and events spaces along the railway arches.