Perched on a hillside in the heart of the Welsh hills this work-from-home office is designed to make the most of its beautiful surroundings while blending with vernacular of neighbouring agricultural buildings. This approach to design involved the use of practical materials such as corrugated metal, steel frames and timber cladding but with great attention paid to their detail and junctions and careful consideration of colour and finish. The project is on site with the steel frame being installed in the summer and we are very much looking forward to photographing this project in the coming Spring.
Nalla Office Refurbishment, Old St
Office space, Swiss Cottage, London
WRA were appointed to deisgn the interior fit out for a mortgage broker based in Swiss Cottage, North London. The client wanted the design to embody the prestigious brand of the company and the processes they follow. We looked to the fine tailoring of Saville Row as being analogous to the tailoring of finance solutions to different projects. We referenced quality materials and lighting techniques to create a considered space where products are carefully crafted.
The meeting room is enclosed in ‘crittal’ style glazing and contains a feature wall with KSEYE’s circular logo. The feature wall is a collaboration between White Red Architects and artist Giles Miller.
The project is due to complete in April 2018
IT Park, Pune
The Trampery Republic
White Red Architects were the interior architects for The Trampery Republic office space for this job located at the Republic complex in East India Quay, London. The coworking space is organised around a newly refurbished atrium built from engineered timber.
The brief asked for lounge areas and breakout spaces as well as access-controlled office space. These spaces are picked out in colour visually connecting them across the open atrium.
The atrium is featured on dezeen here with drone footage showing the project.
Blood donation and laboratory
The brief was to adapt an old industrial unit into a blood donation station, laboratory and offices. The high sloping roof has been exploited to connect the smaller spaces above colourful separating walls. Lighting suspended above the spaces visually connects them to one another and provides a softening effect to the industrial unit essential given that visitors need to feel as calm and comfortable as possible.