The refurbishment of Japanese developer and property investment firm Kajima’s office space in London has been completed.
Originally a post-modern office building purchased by Kajima in 1989, Grove House, situated on the corner of Marylebone Road and Lisson Grove, has undergone a comprehensive transformation, resulting in the creation of a smart and contemporary workspace.
The refurbishment, which began in 2011, was designed by architects, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.
Changes to the building – which features 25,000 sq ft of office space – include the creation of bright studio offices in an old plant room, the installation of elegant new flooring and a newly glazed ceiling.
Grove House’s reception area also features a striking collaboration with multi-award winning graphic artist, Morag Myerscough. Stripes previously featured on the reception’s brickwork have been incorporated by the artist into an abstract art piece – spanning two storeys – entitled “Earning My Stripes.”
The six-storey building has also been completed to a BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) Excellent rating.
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