|||||||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

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