Monthly Archives: May 2012

Roedean School

31 May 2012

A photo of the new showroom at Roedean School. BuckleyGrayYeoman has been appointed to refurbish four boarding houses at Roedean School, one of the UK’s leading independent girls’ schools. The project will transform Roedean’s accommodation, ensuring the quality of the interior spaces reflects the school’s reputation for excellence. The scheme involves the major reconfiguration and redesign of more than 200 bedrooms and communal spaces, providing areas for interactive learning and private study, as well as socialising. Photo by

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Nando’s Dundee

18 May 2012

….a sneak preview of our designs for Nando’s Dundee, due to open
mid-August 2012. Encouraged by the client to create a unique approach for each restaurant, the design includes  a reclaimed 40ft shipping container placed within a Grade 2 listed building. Diners can look over the double height restaurant space through a modular woven wall to view a huge artwork produced in collaboration with a local graffiti artist … this space

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Retreat Homes

16 May 2012

The June issue of Coast magazine features a Retreat located in Suffolk. The Retreat is a project initiated by BuckleyGrayYeoman, responding to the demand for affordable second homes and creates high-quality, mobile structures that appeal to all types of purchasers, meet appropriate legislation and satisfy the business demands of the holiday park owners and operators.

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Fred Perry Cardiff

3 May 2012

Fred Perry’s first shop in Wales is now open, designed by BuckleyGrayYeoman. Set in a classical listed arcade the shop features traditional parquet flooring and hanging light fixtures, offset by sleek modernist features crafted in heritage materials. At the heart of the proposal is a grid of display plinths, which house and display the clothing selection in a gallery like setting. Fred Perry’s iconic laurel logo is picked up throughout the store in crafted brass pieces.

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2 May 2012

See a preview of BuckleyGrayYeoman’s upcoming book by David Taylor, to be published in October by Black Dog Publishing. Continued. follows the first publication on our work, To be Continued, published in 2007.

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