This North London project was originally part of a drab 1960s office block, now given a much-needed contemporary update to create an inspiring workplace, suited to modern office life.
We stripped back the outdated interior to reveal the original structure of Bedford House, and reconfigured the plan to include a dedicated glazed meeting room, enhancing the light and airy feel of the new space. Across the office, a small breakaway space offers the possibility of more informal and flexible work collaboration.
A simple palette of materials was introduced, with primary materials including lime washed birch-faced ply joinery, metal framed internal glazing, dropped light fittings, and exposed shelving.
The resulting office is a calm, rational space that is more conducive to team-based, collaborative working.