|||||||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

Category: Opinion

Editor’s picks

Co-Working hub Spacemade looks to expand its presence in London’s West End

Bentley unveils new designs for the home office at Milan Design Week 2024

Ligne Roset partners with MycoWorks to increase its use of mycelium-based materials

Vitra replaces its iconic Eames Plastic Chair with a recycled plastic model

Arper launches new table collection designed by Doshi Levien

Digital Material Hub Renée Materials is on a mission to reduce waste and boost creativity

Office noise: The UK’s productivity pitfall

New community space designed by Artefact opens in North London

Novocastrian launches new lighting collection inspired by Britain’s railways

Interiors

New community space designed by Artefact opens in North London

TR Studio merges wellness and art in its latest project for Reform Athletica

Locke opens its first Swiss aparthotel with interiors designed by Sella

Note Design Studio creates Scandi-inspired showroom for Tarkett

HTA unveils new office space in Hackney Wick

Art Nouveau meets brutalism in this latest offering of The Hoxton Berlin

Silver Linings: The latest TOG workplace takes inspiration from London’s historic Silver Vaults

Silversquare Guillemins coworking space in Liège, Belgium embodies a mix of art and craft

London’s Oxford Street Evolution: The Parcels Building’s transformative interiors designed by Piercy&Co

Instagram





OnOffice | Design at Work