Tim Crocker|Tim Crocker|Tim Crocker|Tim Crocker|Tim Crocker||Drake’s HQ combines showroom, stock room and offices in one|New Crittal windows restore a period look to the 1930s building|The traditional display cabinets were salvaged from the British Museum|Colour stands out against the monolithic, monochrome interiors|Glazed partitions allow the building’s various functions to better connect||
05 Mar 2014

HawkinsBrown for Drake’s, London

Words by James McLachlan

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