Derwent 25 Savile Row London
Spread over the three floors of the L-shaped building, the offices have a separate street-level entrance, a reception and exhibition space, meeting rooms, break-out rooms, open offices, terraces and dining areas for staff. The architect created extra space in the building by adding a winter garden, a glass extension at the rear of the building on the first floor, featuring an informal meeting and break-out area, as well as exterior terraces on the first floor and second floor, providing informal outdoor spaces for employees.
The main structural intervention involved realising a three-storey atrium by cutting away floor slabs and installing a sculptural staircase. This new staircase opened up new circulation routes that connect the previously isolated storeys and departments by making it both easy and inviting to move between storeys. Next to the staircase, each floor features informal rooms and social spaces to stimulate interaction and visually connect different departments.
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