|||||||Paul White, Fiametta Gray and Matt Yeoman of Buckley Gray Yeoman|A slick, minimalist office reception on Grosvenor Street nods to the contemporary gallery frontages of surrounding Mayfair|At the entrance to 33 Charlotte Street, a patterned wall panel adds texture and an air of domesticity|Polished and unpolished concrete mix with ceramic and glass|The entrance to Fred Perry’s HQ has to compete with the surrounding retail-fest in Covent Garden|The brand’s famous laurel motif, fashioned in laser-cut plywood, extends into a reception and seating area||
12 Feb 2010

Profile: Buckley Gray Yeoman

Words by Rachel Calton

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