Located in the St James’ region of London, this office space has recently undergone an outstanding renovation by design and architecture firm Bluebottle.
In the 17th century much of London’s aristocracy resided in St James’ Park and it was only after World War Two that the area transitioned from residential to commercial use. Home to many fine dining establishments, one of London’s best royal parks and grand theatres aplenty, it’s of no surprise that St James’ is one of the most sought after destinations for upmarket office space.
Design and architecture agency Bluebottle masterminded the beautiful renovation of this office, creating a quirky, cool and quintessentially British space. With grand meeting rooms, contemporary breakout space and tranquil sleeping pods, Bluebottle haven’t missed a trick in perfecting this standout workspace.
Both our Lauzes plank and chevron designs were used throughout the meeting room space and reception areas, creating a seamless flow throughout. Although crafted from new wood, our Lauzes floors are left to season for up to 24 months. This aging process adds character and movement to each plank, creating a wood floor that looks like it’s been around for centuries.
Our Jet panels were used in the library area, perfectly complimenting the grandeur of the room. Jet is the perfect fusion of French and Japanese tradition, with the French design panels crafted using the ancient Japanese process of Shou Sugi Ban. Blackened Elm, with its characteristic grain and knots, provides a modern update to a classic design, and a fresh addition to any space.