HHCL London 1995–1998

Advertising agency HHCL described their brief as the ‘borderless office’. After much research we developed a series of architectural maquettes – spaces and structures – that synthesised life and the built environment in microcosm in the workplace. Our designs offered a framework which could suit individual taste, task or mood. Although spacious the model increased occupancy levels by 25% and dramatically improved collaborative working.

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    Internal structure


  • Appointment: 1995
  • Construction start: 1996
  • Completion: 1998
  • Area: 20,000ft²m2
  • Budget: £950,000
  • Client: Howell Henry Chaldecott Lury


  • ‘Selling Space’, in: Design Week (10 April 1998), pp.17–21
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