To work in the city is to re-use the past. By harnessing social history and collective memory, old and new can be married as part of an evolving environment, capable of regeneration and of sustaining the urban continuum long into the future.
Allowing new uses into old structures can create new spatial opportunities that step beyond form following function, providing open narratives for occupation. Who would have built a turbine hall as a contemporary art gallery for Tate Modern?
Our expertise spans the refurbishment of Grade I listed buildings to the reinvention of industrial buildings and their settings, reviving and unlocking the potential of significant spaces and structures.