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revisionr: Design, Analysis, Planning & Procurement

revisionr Recent Projects November 2012

revisionr: Design, Analysis, Planning & Procurement

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Existing building and corporate analysis establishing a method for departmental working Applying this outcome to the preferred buildings Process allowed the client to rule out the initial preferred building Greater London House, Camden chosen with space to expand

Greater London House 2nd Floor 2,230 Square Meters / 24,000 Square Feet Extra space taken for expansion 4th Floor 2,300 square Meters / 24,750 square Feet

Project in conjunction with Gainsborough Projects

ASOS: Greater London House, Analysis & Space Planning

revisionr: Design, Analysis, Planning & Procurement

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Inferno required a new office environment in a new building, based around a new way of working. Initially the old FA headquarters in Soho Square was ear marked for relocation but when this fell through a series of buildings were assessed for possible re-location. Plans were produced to ascertain their effectiveness leading to the client acquiring Great Queen Street, Covent Garden Bench style desking at 700mm deep with specially added brush sections at the rear with no screens were supplied with task chairs and bespoke banquette seating Main contractor Interiors Group Great Queen Street, Covent Garden 966 Square Meters / 10,400 Square Feet

INFERNO: Great Queen Street, Covent Garden: Space Planning, Liaison and Product Supply

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After repeated attempts the chairman was not happy with the main members entrance The 110 square meters of floor space was overpowered with the red of the club colours Old style radiators poked were placed in odd positions The reception desk was dated and tired The floor treatment was less than inspiring Large unnecessary furniture crammed the space Ad-hoc elements added to the cluttered feel The ceiling step to accommodate the glass frontage was visually “clunky” The lighting was inadequate for the environment

Southampton FC: St Mary’s Stadium, VIP Members Entrance: Design, Liaison, Product Supply


revisionr: Design, Analysis, Planning & Procurement

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The colour palate was simplified Italian large format ceramic tiles were placed on the floor and the three main walls The old ceiling was replaced with a curved & multi stepped profile including a recessed light changing system linked to the club crest and reception desk Outsized 3D club crest in stainless steel placed centrally to the entrance flow All radiators removed Bespoke reception desk in Ebony Makassar and hi-macs was placed to free up flow on the floor, with matching storage cabinets All doors were changed to match the veneer elements of the desk New double doors were installed removing the old cramped original entrance New ticket barriers were installed Granit planters provide “sentinel” positions for each large glazed section New feature column housings were placed around the existing square ones Design and progression (including initial presentation) 2 weeks Work done in two phases between matches: Phase 1 – 2 Weeks (including strip out) Phase 2 – 3 Weeks

Southampton FC: St Mary’s Stadium, VIP Members Entrance


revisionr: Design, Analysis, Planning & Procurement

This has is a continuing relationship that has grown over several years and has included several diverse aspect of design, planning and procurement Including: • • • •

Designing and overseeing their expansion into a new meeting suit on the ground floor, showers and café on the third floor of the building Being the client liaison with the main contractor BW Interiors on the main project General moves and churn based space planning Individual design pieces for marketing and internal departments

Pernod Ricard UK: Central House, Hounslow, London

revisionr: Design, Analysis, Planning & Procurement

Additional Projects

Cross & Pillory House, Alton 437 Square Meters / 4,700 Square Feet • Complicated expansion space planning • Product Supply with three phased installation • Fit-Out (in conjunction with Design Contract Interiors)

Edinburgh, London, Krakow & Paris 2,365 Square Meters / 25,456 Square Feet • General space planning (in conjunction with Gcinco)

London, Zurich & Milan 1,578 Square Meters / 16,985 Square Feet • General space planning (in conjunction with Gcinco)

Drury House, Russell Street, Covent Garden, London 555 Square Meters / 6,000 Square Feet • Space planning & design in collaboration with clients creative department • Product Supply and managed installation • Fit-Out (in conjunction with Silk House) Residential renders for property development in Greece

Additional Projects


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