Monthly Archives: March 2017

 BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed a new headquarters building for Fred Perry, the iconic sportswear and street fashion brand founded by Wimbledon triple-champion Perry in 1952. The 17,500 sq ft HQ will provide impressive surroundings for clients and buyers by bringing together a suite of showrooms, meeting rooms, an archive, gallery and event space which reflects the brands’ philosophy. See the full project here. The showrooms have been designed to allow Fred Perry’s new home to be as flexible as possible. Bespoke furniture allows the brand the opportunity to reinterpret the layout to suit the display of different collections, as well as to host…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman is featured in New London Quarterly in the latest Spring Edition in the ‘Top of their game’ section.’Scaling up’ is the title David Taylor chose to describe the practice now in its 20th anniversary. The six pages article talks about the current portfolio of the practice such as Channing School or the firm’s biggest recent scheme for a 20-storey student housing project on Commercial Road and some of the on-going projects such as the gallery in South Kensington, the new project at read more »

Royal London Asset Management approached BuckleyGrayYeoman in 2011 with a desire to redevelop the property and transform the existing offices into more efficient, flexible floor plates, equally suited to a single tenant or multi-let scenario on a floor-by-floor basis. Elegantly situated in the heart of Fitzrovia, 15-18 Rathbone Place is desirably unique. This entirely new development sits behind a fully renovated façade. Organised over 5 upper floors it boasts private terraces, outstanding views and design details that enhance the character of this development. A fully glazed ground floor ensures visibility from the street and excellent levels of natural light within. The existing building at 15-18 Rathbone Place comprised…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has decided to host a series of quarterly roundtable dinners, where leaders of a wide range of industries (Technology, Art, Government, Property, Design, Marketing, etc) can come together to discuss business topics. The first dinner took place in early March at the City Social, hosted by Matt Yeoman & Paul White. Guests such as John Martin (Art Collector), Daniel Stier (Photographer), James Burke (Creative Director) and Amy Frearson (Editorialist), amongst others, talked about how trends have an impact across all creative industries and have heavily influenced how Shoreditch has transformed to become London’s go-to neighbourhood for creatives. How do trends shape an area? How important is it…

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Cycling to MIPIM

9 March 2017

Andrew Henriques is taking part in The Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM 2017 and is raising funds for Club Peloton . “What better way to raise money for the most worthy of causes by combining an active interest in cycling with an opportunity to network at the same time.” The riders left this morning and will cover almost 1,500km from Central London to the international retail estate show, MIPIM, in Cannes over six days. Club Peloton is a grant making charity and business network that raises money to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people through cycling initiatives. The  main grant recipient – receiving two thirds of all funds raised – is Coram, the UK’s oldest and first children’s charity…

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