Nick Kane|Nick Kane||||||||Home sweet home|Bateman’s Row is nestled comfortably among Shoreditch’s industrial brick sheds|Once above the lower levels of the building, the proximity of the city hits home|The dark industrial brick base appears to be cast in shadow|Exposed concrete acts as a thermal mass, insulating the building|Theis and Khan’s office has exposed soffits and plenty of light|Triple-glazed windows open the space to extensive views without allowing in heat or noise|Through a combo of soft lighting and sunlight, the practice created a salubrious workplace||
08 Sep 2010

Theis and Khan’s Shoreditch HQ

Words by James McLachlan

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