April 19, 2024

A 1930s Art Deco building restored and enhanced to provide contemporary workspaces.  

Architecture, Commercial

The Artesian, 9 Prescot Street in London, was built in the 1930’s as a warehouse for furnishings, originally designed for and used by the Co-operative Wholesale Society. From an interior design perspective, the history of the building offered a canvas of inspiration.

The building has now been restored and enhanced to the new designs by Buckley Gray Yeoman targeting BREEAM Excellent, WiredScore Platinum, CycleScore Platinum and an EPC A Rating. As part of Artesian’s sensitive redevelopment project, Orbit Architects delivered Cat A space throughout, and designed and delivered a Cat B suite on the sixth floor, on behalf of their client, CLS Holdings. The refurbishment has retained numerous Art Deco features, which gives it a unique and imposing external character whilst providing contemporary workspaces to suit the modern-day occupier’s needs. The fitout work was completed by Corley & Woolley.

I was commissioned to photograph and capture the space planning and design of the new flexible workspace, meeting rooms, and casual breakout areas.

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