|||||||||||The redesign aims to encourage day-time visitors and reduce queues during show intervals|The Undercroft area is situated beneath the theatre|The reading room is fitted with bespoke shelving, down lights and leather seating by Benchmark|A range of seating formats help to demarcate the different areas|Royal Court Theatre signage|Filigree screens reference delicate metalwork elsewhere in the building|The Royal Court Theatre’s Grade II-listed facade overlooks Sloane Square|the shape of the reading-room doorway is determined by the stairway above|Custom-designed pendant lights|The Sofa was made from solid Sapele timber with a stain – oil finish & the seat pads – backs where upholstered in a Bute fabric.||
29 Oct 2014

Haworth Tompkins’ alumni update Royal Court Theatre

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