Category Archives: Workplace

BuckleyGrayYeoman has been shortlisted for Employer of the Year by the British Council for Offices (BCO) NextGen group.   The award recognises organisations that “have created a stimulating and supportive work environment and a real commitment to the welfare of its employees, resulting in high staff satisfaction levels and a well-motivated, ambitious and integrated workforce.”   Winners are chosen by BCO NextGen members, who will cast their votes on the nominations. The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony on 12th November.   The shortlisted firms are: BuckleyGrayYeoman chapmanbdsp Elementa Consulting Elliott Wood Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Method Consulting StreetDots WiredScore   The…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman has been granted planning permission for the major refurbishment of a 70,000 sq ft  mixed-use space on behalf of Shaftesbury PLC.   72 Broadwick St forms a major urban block on the junction of Carnaby and Broadwick St and will continue to offer a range of uses including offices, restaurants, a gym, retail and residential apartments after extensive renovation.   The consented proposal for the six storeys plus basement of 72 Broadwick Street retains the complex mix of uses housed within the building, including ground floor retail and restaurants, offices, a 3000 sq m gym and residential apartments on the upper storeys. At ground level the new building has significant retail frontage facing onto…

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Moscova 33 unveiled

11 June 2019

BuckleyGrayYeoman is currently working on the repositioning of Moscova 33, a 250,000sqft building in the heart of Milan.


The proposals include two new reception spaces, as well as an atrium providing wellbeing amenities and an event space.


The scheme is due for completion in Spring 2020.


Click here to watch a video for the project 

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Napier House

24 April 2019

The Verse Building is a new-build, 9 storey office building just north of Old Street roundabout. The building is clad externally in long-format brickwork and uses perforated metal cladding panels to provide natural ventilation to the office floors. Internally, the finishes are stripped back to reveal the building’s structural elements, with the steel cross bracing, pre-cast concrete stairs and concrete floor plank exposed on the soffit to give the building a raw, parred back aesthetic. The buildings main entrance is located on Brunswick Place and provides direct access to the ground floor office and stair and lift lobbies. At basement level there is cycle storage and changing facilities.

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