Category Archives: Retail

The London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) has granted planning consent for a new mixed-use development at Dace Road in Hackney Wick, designed by BuckleyGrayYeoman on behalf of Aitch Group. The new development will replace outdated light-industrial sheds with four new mixed-use buildings arranged around a central courtyard, creating new public space and pedestrian routes at the south western gateway to Hackney Wick. The new buildings will be up to 6 storeys in height and contain more commercial floor area than the existing buildings provide, alongside 110 new homes. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design proposes three brick-built residential buildings with commercial uses on the ground floor, inspired by the converted warehouses…

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Our store for Fred Perry in Bangkok won the Surface Design Awards in the Retail Interior Category. Read more here about the project.

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New Fred Perry HQ

15 October 2015

BuckleyGrayYeoman has been appointed to design the new headquarters of international fashion brand Fred Perry on Mount Pleasant, London WC1. The project will renovate and extend three 19th century warehouse buildings on the corner of Mount Pleasant and Warner Street, creating 24,000 sq ft of offices, showrooms and exhibition space.   BuckleyGrayYeoman is Fred Perry’s international retail design consultant and has designed a series of successful store interiors for the brand in locations around the UK, Europe and the Far East. The practice was responsible for the fit out of Fred Perry’s current headquarters in Covent Garden, with its award winning reception desk and seating made from CNC cut plywood as a flowing…

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Fred Perry has relocated its Covent Garden flagship store from the touristy piazza to a classic Georgian townhouse on Henrietta Street. The store has been designed to allow Fred Perry’s new home to be as flexible as possible, giving the label the opportunity to reinterpret the layout to suit different collections on a seasonal basis, as well as host one-off events on the shopfloor.   The store is a reflection of the building’s history and local area. The timber paneling on one side of the store was based on the old walls found underneath. The original brickwork was left exposed and clothing rails and display units have been installed in the alcoves created by the structural features and chimney breasts of the townhouse….

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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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