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Alex Turnbull skating around Dept W for Wallpaper* & VANS latest collaboration. Watch the video here…

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Berners Street

22 February 2019

BuckleyGrayYeoman have recently completed No.s 41-42 & 43-44 Berners Street. Both were generally office use, with 2 residential units to the 5th & 6th Floors of 43-44 Berners Street. BuckleyGrayYeoman replaced the two existing buildings of dated and inefficient office accommodation with one new building that provides efficient and attractive office spaces. Office accommodation has been provided on floors 1 to 7 served by a single core. Each level has its own outside space provided by a balcony or roof terrace. At ground and basement levels there is a retail unit. The primary facade is built in Portland Stone with deep set reveals to give a solid and high quality architectural appearance.

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RICS Awards 2019

7 February 2019

We are delighted to announce that The Minster Building and 20 Old Bailey have been shortlisted for the RICS awards 2019 in the Commercial category.   The Minster Building BuckleyGrayYeoman has undertaken a dramatic repositioning of the 412,000 sqft 1980s City icon, located in the heart of the City of London’s sore financial district. The Minster Building provides high quality commercial space with an emphasos on work/life balance. Early retail and leisure lettings at the building include The Third Space, which will open its first luxury health club in the square mile; Brewdog, which will open the first of its new Brewpub concept – featuring a 10 hectolitre brewing facility; and Crussh, which will operate…

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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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