This project involved the complete reordering of a 1960s concrete frame office building with a three-storey rear extension creating a series of landscaped terraces culminating in a lavishly planted roof garden. The plan was totally rearranged and the passenger lift relocated to bring the previously unused basement into use and providing fully serviced offices, meeting rooms and break-out spaces. As an homage to Verner Panton, internal spaces were designed to reference ‘60’s Op Art, using hot primary colours, white resin flooring and felt upholstery.
The restoration and transformation of a dilapidated Grade II listed former meat warehouse became the new home of London’s hottest eaterie. The…
JWA is a dedicated team of architects working with James Wells. Based in West Sussex we design for new build homes, extensions, barn conversions and orchestrate plans for historically important listed buildings to work in the 21st Century. Our sister practice James Wells Commercial handles design for commercial projects including hotels, bars, restaurants and offices.