The recently completed Cromwell Place has been featured in Architecture Today.
'Comprising 14 exhibition spaces as well as art storage facilities, viewing rooms and offices, ‘Cromwell Place’ in South Kensington, London, is new kind of gallery [...] the thirteen period gallery spaces have been individually designed to maintain the personality and integrity of the original room, yet discreetly modified to suit the anticipated needs of members. The qualities of Sir John Lavery’s workplace – interconnected spaces, tall windows, high ceilings and modulated natural light – required minimal intervention from us to convert them for contemporary use as a shared marketplace for the collective of gallery businesses.'
Read the full article by following this link: Cromwell Place, Architecture Today. And click here to read more about our work on the project.