Two contrasting buildings from very different periods have been combined into one office building. The period Georgian building is accessed from Stratford Place, a cul-de-sac directly opposite Bond Street tube. It links through to a more modern office building constructed in the 1970s which fronts on to Marylebone Lane. Clients can choose what style of working and what address best suits their business.
JWA had the challenge of combining the two styles and creating design-led office space. As well as a range of office sizes, styles and meeting spaces, this building also features co-working spaces a membership based drop-in work and lounge areas.
This scheme involved the conversion of two warehouses into three self-contained office units. One was a robust Edwardian red brick industrial building…
JWA, founded by James Wells is a dedicated team of architects who relish the challenge of dealing with technically demanding schemes. The practice focuses on high quality architectural and interior design work.