Posts tagged 'rooms'


Serviced offices go glam in London

Serviced offices are bland, generic and uninspiring, right? It’s time to think again… It’s easy to be snobby about serviced offices. For the most part


The changing face of local council offices

The public face of your local council is changing, with the opening of a number of new modern workspaces that aim to cut costs and


Student Loans Company offices by 3FOLD

An industrial building in Darlington is revamped and glammed up as the offices of the ever-growing Student Loans Company The Student Loans Company needed a


Entrenched in style

You wouldn’t want to walk into Burberry’s new HQ underdressed, this building would show you up. Corinthian grey marble floors, dark oak panelling and polished


Quietly proud

Ssssh, be quiet! This is an art gallery, isn’t it? The overwhelming feeling upon entering the revamped ground floor of Cassini House in St James’s


Growth engine

The lobby of 60 Great Portland Street bears the unmistakable mark of Jump Studios, the architecture and design firm that seems to have made a


The same but different

Nokia’s UK design team had become increasingly frustrated with its Farnborough location – it may be useful to be alongside the other company divisions, but


Ringing the changes

Forget reading, writing and arithmetic, the three Rs at Vodafone mean something quite different. “It stands for Red, Rock Solid and Restless,” explains Tim Hardingham,


Above the law

Situated at the north entrance to Southwark Bridge, at the bend in the Thames, is European law firm SJ Berwin’s new London residence. In an

Private Members Work Club

Working clubs and rock ‘n’ roll

When you hear the names Nick Mason, Mike Rutherford or Genesis, you think drummers, bands and rock ’n’ roll. Turns out you might as well



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