When Shaftesbury commissioned Buckley Gray Yeoman to design 32,000 sq ft of retail and 13,500 sq ft of restaurants at the Newport Sandringham Building (spanning the block between Newport Place and Charing Cross Road), it needed a strong set of CGIs to support Siren Design’s new brand. We were commissioned to produce images of different sections of the 100 metres of prime retail which wrapped around the block from Chinatown’s gateway out along Charing Cross Road.
We were delighted to be appointed by Barings to produce a set of marketing images for the refurbishment of 7-10 Waterloo Place. Whilst maintaining the period features of the existing building, Morrow + Lorraine were tasked with designing a modern fit-out which was sympathetic to the retained detailing, whilst introducing a modern elegance to the space. 6 images were commissioned to support Cre8te’s new brand for the development. 2x reception, 2x office, 1x lift and 1x fifth floor terrace view.
A thoroughly enjoyable appointment by The Crown Estate, to work on the refurbishment of Princes House and the Princes Arcade, by Rolfe Judd Architects. We worked closely with Rolfe Judd on multiple design iterations of both Piccadilly (inclusive of Bafta HQ) and Jermyn Street facades, and the shopping arcade connecting the two.
A luxury development in London’s Mayfair. A very elegant grade II listed Georgian town house, described in 2014 by The Telegraph as ‘Britain’s most expensive fixer upper’. A restoration project by BJ Babb and IDL architects.
Rockhunter worked closely with IDL architects and Envy interior design to visualise 10 interior rooms, including a pool, cinema and games room.
The properties listed status meant that there was a significant amount of retained detail. A site recce gave us the opportunity to capture as much referential photography and dimensional information as possible – moldings, ceiling roses, friezes and cornices all needed to be recreated in 3D.