Monthly Archives: June 2014

Ascott International asked BuckleyGrayYeoman to transform the interior spaces of a remarkable early 20th century building in the heart of Paris to create this boutique 5 star Apart’hotel.   Located just minutes from the Louvre Museum, this boutique serviced residence consists of 51 luxurious one-bedroom and studio apartments over 7 floors. Custom-made furniture and furnishings were created specifically for the interiors whilst retaining the building’s period features.   Guests enter Citadines Suites Louvre through a dramatic double-height lobby space. A large skylight frames views of the atrium overhead, creating a light-filled, open space to welcome guests. Notable design features, including the restored…

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Shortlist Announcement

16 June 2014

BuckleyGrayYeoman are proud to announce that we have had three projects shortlisted in the New London Awards 2014!

 

Fingers crossed for the Awards Lunch next month where the winners will be announced.

 

Click here to view the full shortlist.

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‘Designer choices’    BuckleyGrayYeoman Associate, Jacqueline Senior has been featured in the June 2014 issue of FX Magazine in a special ‘Focus on Flooring’ article. Jacqueline discusses the bespoke design for The Buckley Building in Clerkenwell.   ‘Due to the angled geometry of the building at the main entrance, the incorporation of a conventional matwell proved a challenge. A bespoke design was conceived, based on the tactile paving found at pedestrian crossings, to form a series of matwell discs. This was developed with Intramatting Systems to provide customised stainless steel grommets within which to secure the entrance matting discs, which sit in core-drilled holes in the floor…a…

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