The Silence Room

We’ve all been there – crowded shops, bags of shopping and in need of a quite haven to escape to. Look no further than The Silence Room, by Alex Cochrane Architects designed for shoppers at London department store Selfridges to find peace and quiet amid the bustling emporium. Oak veneered modular benches, LED lighting and acoustic panelled walls have been used simply and effectively which we have no doubt will entice people back time and time again.

Frame and contain

‘These Islands takes the reader on a journey across the landscape, both natural and urban, that forms the British Isles, through powerful imagery, prose and poetry.’ We’ve been admiring the success and simplicity of the display systems at These Islands book launch for Cereal at the Sunspel retail store in London that frame and contain the clothing and large scale photographs by the talented Finn Beales.

How to brief an interior designer…

working on specification drawings ensuring the correct materials are used

Interior design is more than just paint colours and soft furnishings, it’s about how your space actually works. If you’re ready to take the next step, grow, rebrand or refresh, knowing where to start can be the biggest challenge. When it’s your own business and your passion, it’s sometimes difficult to take that objective step back and fully consider what you are trying to achieve.Read More

Colourful Mental Healthcare Fence

 

Colourful Mental Health Fence

Whilst our design projects often take us in many directions, we have a long history and expertise in working with mental health clients. Earlier this year, we joined forces with London-based civil engineer group, W. & I. Craig (Civil Engineering) Ltd. to create some aesthetically designed, yet secure fencing to Northwick Park Hospital in north West London.Read More