The transformation of ‘fringe’ locations around the City of London has been one of the Capital’s great success stories in recent years. The proliferation of tech and creative businesses in Clerkenwell, Farringdon, Shoreditch and Hoxton has fanned out from the ‘Silicon Roundabout’ on Old Street and created a new digital quarter. The official name for the area may be ‘Tech City’ but for many, this exciting, energised collection of businesses is now simply ‘Hipsterland’. Paul White has been invited to a seminar sponsored by Estates Gazette to discuss what’s been happening in the location, how it has emerged from the turmoil of 2016 and what the future holds for it Leading City fringe agent, Shaun Simons,…

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The Passage is a finalist in the RICS Awards in the Community Benefit Category. See the project here.

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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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BuckleyGrayYeoman has completed ‘The Nest’, an 8,611 sq ft commercial workspace on Beak Street in Soho, Central London, on behalf of LaSalle Investment Management. The retrofit and part new-build revitalise this unique mix of Georgian and warehouse buildings into a modern and stylish development with flexible designed internal and external areas that work in unison its industrial past.  ‘The Nest’ interior features considered ‘rustic’ tones that compliment the existing brickwork and exposed timber beams, including a diverse material palette such as the ‘Earth Black’ metal feature reception desk and feature vertical tongue and grooved timber wall. BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design allowed for a covered courtyard…

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Paul White was a guest today in the Robert Elms show on the BBC radio London. Click here to listen to the podcast (at 1.10.00)

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