Monthly Archives: May 2017

BuckleyGrayYeoman has been shortlisted for the AJ100 Clients’ Choice Awards. The winner will be announced at the annual AJ100 award ceremony on Wednesday 14th June.

Also on the list are Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Allies & Morrison, EPR, Eric Parry Architects, Make Architects, WilkinsonEyre.

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has submitted a planning application to convert a former printworks and gin distillery in Clerkenwell into a new art-led creative hub on behalf of General Projects and Northern & Midland Holdings. The project for the building currently known as Laser House will create a landmark new gallery, Art House, alongside 78,000 sq ft of offices aimed at the creative industries and retail at 132-140 Goswell Road in Clerkenwell. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design proposes a dramatic re-imagination of the existing 1960’s building. The outdated office provision on the 0.2ha site at Laser house will provide modern offices and retail space, with activated street frontages along Pear Tree Lane and Goswell Road. When…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman won the Surface Design Awards in the Retail Interior Surface Category for Fred Perry Bangkok. BuckleyGrayYeoman were commissioned by Fred Perry to design their latest international store within the newly completed Central Embassy Mall, in Bangkok, Thailand, bringing the brand’s iconic English identity to the already culturally rich city. The long narrow plan arrangement has been designed into three distinct spaces, clothing display as you enter, the central cash desk and the accessories area to the back of the store. Each of these spaces carries their own distinct identity using differing material palettes of concrete, blackened steel and glazed tiles, while also sharing consistent subtle references…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has secured planning consent for a new build 51,000 sq ft co-working office building at 74 Rivington Street in Shoreditch, on behalf of The Office Group. Designed to cater to the area’s renowned cluster of start-up businesses, Black and White 2 as the project is informally known, will provide purpose-built co-working space in one of the largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) buildings in London. The new building at 74 Rivington Street in Shoreditch will replace the existing Black and White Building, which has been operating as an Office Group location after being given a light-touch refurbishment by BuckleyGrayYeoman in 2013. As a new building designed with an eye on the former industrial conversions in…

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