Fit out of 7,000 ft office space for engineering company Cundall, in the heart of Birmingham’s Central business district.
Spacecraft created a fabulous working space for the Rugby Football Union, the strategy being to bring the whole organisation together into one space.
Historically the RFU had occupied a number of different offices. Spacecraft's objective was to ergonomically unify the RFU's working practices, creating greater communication within a comfortable environment.
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Speechly Bircham is a law firm based in the centre of London, UK. Spacecraft provided Knoll’s newest range of desks; WA to the lawyers at Speechly Bircham. This was designed by Lissoni and launched in 2007. The finishes are limited to a palette of muted colours along with strong accent accessories. An architect’s favourite way of injecting colour to the standard office grey landscape. Knoll and B&B Italia combined to create an aesthetically pleasing office of desks and soft furnishings.
Another successful project with MCM and Overbury for 400 staff close to Holborn, London.
Spacecraft and Knoll furnished the 32nd floor of this Foster building with Knoll Plateau desking and the ultra sleek Knoll Life chair. Knoll Platner tables and chairs, with their wire rod bases, made the reception area stand out.
The reflection and shadow of this furniture range can be used as an additional feature.
Spacecraft successfully installed a clean and modern space for Aegis Media.
Residential interiors project in Eaton Mansions, off Sloane Square, Chelsea, London.
Spacecraft worked very closely with Julia from JH Architects to achieve a stunning show apartment in the heart of Chelsea. The straight lines of the Victorian conversion lent itself to the curve of the Eames and Saarinen womb chairs. The Barcelona chair and Florence Knoll worked well together as a seating area over an appropriately placed warm, cosy rug.
This leading financial company took the opportunity of moving premises to create a stylish new image for the organisation, whilst still connecting with the parent company. A priority was the meeting suite, which would instantly provide clients with an impression of the company, plus various breakout and café areas, to provide a comfortable environment for its staff.
Liquidnet relocated to an iconic building in the heart of Liverpool Street. The move aimed to further establish the prestigious reputation that the company has built, with all the style of a global brand. Furniture needed to harmonise design with the outstanding views afforded by the location of the premises, whilst working within a fast-track programme.
NG Bailey’s move to the famous Angel Building was an important one as it will be their flagship office. The space needed to be modern and representative of the company whilst maintaining functionality. The space brought together a number of offices to unite the company under one roof. Lead time was critical with a incredibly tight lead time to ensure that NG Bailey could occupy before their various other leases finished.
Lawrence Graham’s biggest task was not only to bring together two separate offices in one central base, but also to modernise the company and its workspace from their existing tired offices, bringing them more in line with the 21st century. The More London complex was selected as a location for its vibrancy but it was key to produce a cutting-edge workspace.
Kleinwort Benson’s merger acquisition with RHJI was the dominating factor in the move of their HQ to the prestigious W1 postcode. Coupled with the premises grade II listing this project dealt its fair share of challenges. The recent merger also constrained the budget of the project which although was workable remained a key factor in the decision process. The building's location in the heart of a high security area also induced logistical challenges.
Imperial College is continuously challenged to adapt its campus spaces to the needs of the ever-changing education environment. From specific departments looking for tailored working solutions to accommodate various aspects of research and study to communal social areas which need to attract students as well as withstand heavy-duty wearing conditions.