When The Bedford Estates asked us to help revitalise its properties on Store Street, we knew our work had to be sensitive to Bloomsbury’s unique character and work with the surrounding 1920s architecture. New additions like steel frames, windows and interior walls were sensitively designed.
But a well-engineered street isn’t just about shops – it’s also about pavements, trees, period lighting and canopies. Working closely with architects Garnett + Partner, we made sure the new Store Street did the rest of Bloomsbury proud.
A mixed-use development regenerating a neglected Muswell Hill site
Major redevelopment of Cheltenham town centre brings a of range leisure activities
With close attention to detail and international teamwork, we helped announce a major fashion brand’s arrival in London.
Sharp and contemporary façade giving a bold new focal point to Oxford Street