|||||||The copper roof makes an arresting contrast with the Georgian brickwork|Recessed strips of LED lighting pick out the folds of the ceiling|Light oak flooring and whitewashed walls result in bright, crisp interiors|Exposed steelwork is painted in red oxide to give a semi-industrial look|Underground, a former silver vault has been reborn as a meeting room|The wood-panelled boardroom in the original Georgian building||
24 Jun 2014

Emrys’ copper-clad solution for GMS Estates

Words by James McLachlan

Editor’s picks

Apricity is the perfect spot for a business lunch in the capital

How office spaces can help solve the challenges of working parents

ARC Club opens up its latest local co-working enterprise in Camberwell

Why being yourself at work means everybody wins

Loehr’s wall-mounted desk fits right in

What is burnout and why does it matter?

Comms agency Zetteler wants its London office to reflect the company’s desire for positive change

The country with the happiest workforce also has high levels of trust and equality in staff

Wellness is too big to be ignored — so why aren’t we paying it more attention?


Workplace | Design | Architecture