Category Archives: Leisure

Planning has just been submitted for a new gallery destination in London Museum’s district. BuckleyGrayYeoman is working with South Kensington Estates to create a world-class art market destination in South Kensington within buildings which once housed the studio of the celebrated Victorian artist Sir John Lavery. The design will provide both public and private exhibition space alongside support functions, storage and private viewing rooms required for the operation of the individual gallery businesses. The scheme has a targeted opening date of Spring 2019.

 

The Summary of Proposals can be viewed in the photo gallery.

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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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Last night was an exciting night for Buckley Gray Yeoman – it was AJ100 night and RICS Awards night.   Buckley Building was shortlisted in the Commercial category in the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) London Awards. At the AJ100 awards night,  Buckley Gray Yeoman were to find their position in the AJ100 and were shortlisted for the first time in the AJ100 Clients’ Choice Award.   Buckley Gray Yeoman are proud to announce Buckley Building won the RICS award – see the below proud photo of Paul White with Benjamin Lesser and John Turner from Derwent London. This is a second award for the highly acclaimed building for Derwent London. In 2013 the building was awarded an Architect’s Journal…

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‘From the Ascott Louvre, through Citadines Apart’hotels in Frankfurt and Hamburg, to a striking Nando’s restaurant in Dundee…Buckley Gray Yeoman is going from strength to strength in the hospitality sector.’

Paul’s profile article has been featured in the March – April edition of Hospitality Interiors magazine.

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The Rosebery

8 June 2012

The scaffolding comes down from the new Supercity boutique apart’hotel in Clerkenwell, to open in September 2012. The original building on Rosebery Avenue was split up into a number of separate, smaller buildings. Buckley Gray Yeoman’s design rationalises the internal space, whilst also making a new main entrance, stair and lift core for the building, linking all levels, with two new floors added at 4th and 5th floor levels and office spaces to the rear. These combined works make a new stylish 50,000 sq ft building with 59 luxury suites.

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