The creation of super-contemporary WCs with Edwardian inspirations and a palette of white, bronze and copper and, through pre-modelling, put together on-site in a few weeks.
How to exude luxuriousness through materials whilst at the same time create a bomb-proof installation. Behind the scenes on how a shimmering gold wavy wall came to make its appearance in the relatively beige Terminal 5, Heathrow, London.
Photography by Paul Greenleaf.
An inside perspective on the creation of moody, contemporary elevators and lobby and how the luxurious bronze finish was created using stainless steel.
Photography by Tom Hampson.
The story of how a tired office building became desirable again and gravitated away from its position of being a poor relation to the neighbouring grand buildings in Fetter Lane.
Photography by Paris Granger.
Looking at the context and design background for this Garden Landscaping project working with a palette of ochres and golds. Embassy Gardens is a core part of a development being called “The New South Bank” in Nine Elms, Wandsworth, London the design of which is based on the High Line Park, New York, UK.
Photograhy by Paris Granger.
Examining the design philosophy and logistical challenges in inserting a “sky high” staircase into an existing building from the key peoples’ perspectives.
Photography by Tim Soar.
PVD coloured stainless steel has been used to create shimmering façades at The Shanghai Bund Financial Centre with the “moving veil” of bamboo-esque tubular drops cladding the extravagant and unique Arts and Cultural Centre building as the showpiece. Here we walk through the design and vigorous testing processes of the materials.
Photography by Tim Franco.
An in-depth look at the design ethos and materials used in the refurbishment of the stairs and escalators in this historic and world-famous London landmark building.