Mutual House is situated on Regent Street and houses offices on its upper floors and shops below - including Ferrari’s flagship London store.
Printed in large format, this intriguing, inspiring brochure was packed with architects' sketches, contact sheets, thoughts, and ideas. We were very proud when the Belgrave House pre-completion brochure won the Victor Ludorum at the 2003 Property Marketing Awards.
The Pinnacle is set to be the City of London’s tallest building – leading the City lead the world.
Moor House boasts more than 300,000 square feet of office space, designed by Foster & Partners. And the marketing campaign reflected the building's ability to satisfy every occupier's desires and wishes.
This was the first building designed for the forthcoming London Crossrail system, with a shaft to the station underneath the property. It also has the deepest foundations of any building in London, reaching down some 187 feet.
Very few people living in, or visiting London would fail to recognise the splendour of Liberty's Tudor Building. A landmark in its own right, this property required an iconic investment brochure to express its unique beauty and profile.
This building, formally known as 54, Lombard Street, is the home of Barclay’s Bank. Strategically sited between the Square Mile’s finance and insurance districts, it has now been reborn as 20, Gracechurch Street.
We were truly inspired by its new, striking Art Deco inspired architecture. So we created a suite of branded material including Fornasetti style cups and saucers, reinforcing the brand, and displaying the proprietor’s commitment to the highest level of management services to the occupiers.
One of London’s largest speculative office developments, Palestra is eleven storeys high, has 28,000 square metres of office space. Designed by Alsop architects, the building is noted for its canterlevered upper floors and the simplicity of its floor space overall.
The space planning opportunities at Palestra are endless, so simple, so easy.