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Year in Review 2018

21 December 2018

 

We’d like to thank all of our clients, collaborators and friends who have supported us in our success this year, and hope you enjoy reading our review of 2018. Happy Christmas from Paul and Matt and everyone at BuckleyGrayYeoman.

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Fred Perry South Korea

19 November 2018

The recently completed new Fred Perry store in an existing unit in Seoul, South Korea. The design maintains the rough textures to the existing walls and floors, and places brightly lit black steel and glass boxes in the space, to create a new and minimal contrast. The design also focusses on presenting smaller collections of products, in line with…

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Surface Design Awards finalists have been announced! BuckleyGrayYeoman have two projects in the running. in the Retail Exterior category and The Minster Building in the Commercial Interior category.   Central Cross BuckleyGrayYeoman has reconfigured 32,000ft of retail and 13,500ft of restaurants at the Newport Sandringham building, which spans the block between Newport Place and Charing Cross Road in London’s West End. Commissioned by the building owners Shaftesbury the designs have dramatically improved the retail frontage of the building, in-filling a dark and cluttered colonnade to improve the streetscape of Charing Cross Road and enhancing Newport Court, an important pedestrian route into Chinatown….

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Blueprint Awards 2018

7 September 2018

We are very pleased to announce that the Minster Building has been shortlisted in the Blueprint Awards 2018. It is up against 11 other entries in Best Non-Public Project: Commercial.

Take a look at the project here.

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Gender Pay Gap Report

31 July 2018

BuckleyGrayYeoman is committed to improving diversity within the architecture profession and while there is no legal requirement for us to report gender pay gap data, given that we employ less than 250 employees, we are proud of the steps taken by the business to promote gender equality and support long term career progression for women.

 

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