Hide, opened in April, is a new 13500 square feet restaurant and bar situated in Mayfair opposite Green Park. A collaboration between Tatiana Fokina and Evgeny Chichvarkin (Owners of Hedonism Wines), These White Walls and Lustedgreen, a dramatic 3 level interior space, featuring a sensual hand crafted staircase by Atmos Studio, has been created to experience Ollie Dabbous’ food.
Recently completed reception design at 60 Cheapside, featuring the Tom Dixon Melt pendant lights, Armourcoat undulating wall and Corian desk by Clarke Rendall.
The reception was part of a comprehensive refurbishment of the office building.
An extensive office refurbishment for BMO Global Asset Management has been completed in 2-4 Kings Street, St James’s.
The 1950s office building has been transformed into contemporary high quality office accommodation reflecting the St James’s locality.
Lustedgreen would like to thank all our clients, contractors and suppliers for such a busy year. We're looking forward to working with you all in 2018 and wish everyone a very Happy, peaceful, and prosperous, New Year
Our latest Trailfinders Travel centre has just opened on Broad street in Reading in the former Bull Hotel. Fully refurbished and now trading from 2 floors with specialist Cruise and 1st and Business departments.
We have recently won two projects in the historic and rapidly developing city of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan.
One is to be a new bookshop and cultural centre in the university quarter of the city. The shop will focus on increasing the exposure of literature to the city and will include an exhibition space, multiple events spaces and a dedicated children’s area.
The second project is a new restaurant within the ancient walls of the old city. The site is flanked by two recent archaeological explorations which have uncovered ancient stone foundations, giving us a unique task of weaving new structure into the historic elements.
We were invited to visit the city at the end of last year and enjoyed a whirlwind tour of the various historic landmarks and bold new developments such as Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev centre.
Our office refurbishment project on Birchin Lane in the City of London is well and truly underway. The scope includes a total refurbishment to the reception, the reconfiguration of three basement rooms into separate male and female changing/shower facilities, new bike storage and four floors of Cat A fit-out to the offices.
We are now over half way into the works and the first of the office floors are nearing completion, with only decoration and lighting installation remaining. The basement and reception are now completely stripped back, revealing some interesting original features.
Location Birchin Lane, City of London
Client BMO Real Estate Partners
Main Contractor AOC Interiors
We had the wonderful opportunity of descending into the dusty remains of the Aldwych tube station last weekend as part of London Transport Museum’s Hidden London. Although the station is lost from public view, TfL still make use of the station for testing new station designs and tiling patterns. It has also been the setting for filming many television series and feature films including Sherlock, Mr Selfridge, V for Vendetta and Atonement.
Hidden London Website
Fashion designer Paul Smith posted a photo on his personal Instagram account of our recently completed reception at 2-4 Kings Street, St James. This is a great compliment from the person who inspired the original concept for the graphic.
The whole reception refurbishment was based on the history of the area, which was birthplace to private member’s clubs during the 18th century. This led us to develop an overall design focusing on ornate fabrics used in the linings of tailored suits which would have been worn by the patrons of these establishments, particularly with the paisley pattern.
The paisley pattern is echoed in a textured plaster wall finish by Armourcoat, and an etched stainless steel panel lining in the lift.
Going up #takenbyPaul
A photo posted by Paul Smith (@paul_smith) on Jan 2, 2016 at 1:35am PST
The installation of a bespoke bronze cladding has now commenced on our Mayfair site, opposite Green Park.
Over the past 18 months we have worked closely with FSE Foundry to develop a method of producing cast bronze panels. Inspired by the textured bark of the Plane trees in Green Park, we adopted a method of using an open cast which creates an organic pattern, rather than the usual two-part mould process. Each panel is crafted into a unique panel.
The bronze panels are enhanced and protected by a chemical patination process, creating a variety of autumnal tones, which clad the ground and mezzanine floor columns in a brick bond pattern. Horizontal sections are clad in a folded gilding metal which is patinated to match the open cast bronze.
A hanging system was developed in collaboration with Firman Glass, who also installed the 90mm thick, soundproof and solar controlled glazing.
Our third shop for Foyles has just opened in Birmingham’s new Grand Central shopping centre. The heritage and “real” book focused shops we designed in Stratford and Waterloo have been developed to express Foyles as an omni channel, holistic brand; a 21st century book seller.
Harnessing technology, large format monitors and a video wall utilise digital in-store marketing and hyper sound speakers direct audio, for interviews with writers and book readings. Foyles have also introduced mobile point of sale and a provision for customers to search and order books in store to be either delivered or collected the next day.
Photography by Jas Sansi
October 2nd saw the successful launch of the refurbished Magna House, a 1990’s 3 storey building in Staines upon Thames, part of the Threadneedle Property portfolio.
Our work covered all areas from upgrading the main entrance and exterior presentation, car parking, new shower facilities for runners and cyclists, along with a complete re-modelling of the reception and office spaces.
Buckingham Palace State Room annual tours are now open, with the 400sqm “pop-up” shop featuring in the Gardens.
We have designed and project managed the fit-out of this temporary building for the last 16 years. Like all vibrant shops, it evolves every year to suit the changing product and visitor profile.
The shop caters for 8,000 visitors a day.
York Art Gallery has re-opened its doors on the 1st August following a 2 year £8M refurbishment. Lustedgreen’s role included creating the two very different new reception areas incorporating shop facilities and the new cafe/restaurant.
The Gallery has now increased its’ display space by 60% which has the allowed an expanded art collection to international standards, and space for the new Centre of Ceramic Art (COCA) galleries.
The two entrances (front and rear) reflect the two very different building styles and uses – the front being the Listed Victorian entrance to the main Art galleries, whilst the rear entrance leads off the new sculpture gardens into the COCA galleries.
Yesterday evening six of us completed the Square Mile Run in aid of Crisis. There are a few achy legs in the office today, but it was worth it for such a great cause.
We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has donated, so far we have raised just over our target of £500.
However we don’t want to stop there. If you haven’t had chance to donate yet, our JustGiving page is still open and we would like to raise as much money as possible for this wonderful charity. Please visit www.justgiving.com/lustedgreen or donate by text – send LGSM50 plus the amount (£1, £2, £5 or £10) to 70070.
In designing this fine dining restaurant and bar, we drew on the glamour and deco-styling of the Twenties and Thirties, introducing marble, dark timber panelling and brass detailing. Extensive remodelling and structural changes were made to this former parish hall to create a light and flexible eating and drinking space.
We are huge supporters of Crisis and their work, and we need your help to raise our £500 target in aid of this wonderful charity.
We welcome any donations or words of encouragement for the team. If you would like to come along to cheer us on, the run starts at 7pm on the 11th June at St Paul’s Cathedral and ends on the north side of the Millennium Bridge.
Please visit our JustGiving page to donate. To donate by text send LGSM50 plus the amount (£1, £2, £5 or £10) to 70070.
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Our innovative education, employment, housing and well-being services address inpidual needs and help people to transform their lives. We are determined campaigners, working to prevent people from becoming homeless and advocating solutions informed by research and our direct experience. We have ambitious plans for the future and are committed to help more people in more places across the UK. We know we won’t end homelessness overnight or on our own. But we take a lead, collaborate with others and, together, make change happen.
Lustedgreen’s remodelling of Henderson’s & Berwick Hill’s Columbia office building has started construction this week. The project, located in Bracknell, includes works to the building facade and all internal common parts.
Construction works have commenced on a new fine dining restaurant development in Mayfair. The project involves an extensive remodelling and refurbishment of 1200 square metres over 3 storeys and will be a one of a kind fining dining experience.
This week saw the opening of the Jubilee Gift Shop located in Westminster Hall, Houses of Parliament. Grade 1 listed, it is the oldest building on the parliamentary estate. The new gift shop has re-established a long tradition of retailing within the hall dating back to 1339.
This week Lustedgreen were awarded the project to refurbish the crypt shop at St Pauls Cathedral. Won in a competitive pitch to upgrade and reposition the retail offer of their established visitor shop.
Pacific House office building refurbishment is now complete. The work included re-branding and enhancing the atrium space with new entrance lobby reception desk, seating pods and improvement of all common parts.
Eggborough Power Station in North Yorkshire produces four per cent of the UK’s electricity and employs 300 staff.
In 2013, as part of a bid to the Department of Energy and Climate Change to receive public funding to convert to burn biomass fuels, we prepared a feasibility study, in collaboration with branding company db&co, to create a new Identity to reflect this potential new clean energy culture of Eggborough Power Station.
Our proposals explore ways to change the perception of power stations and the role they play in society and to create an environment that is inspiring, safe and secure for it’s staff and informative and welcoming to it’s visitors.
This included a new visitor experience facility to show new developments, achievements and be a ‘shop-window’ to how EPL carries out its daily business and develops a strategy how to it present itself to visitors – business partners, local officials, the press, school groups, etc.
Our scheme uses sustainable and responsibly sourced materials, with a low Carbon impact and develops the natural landscaping designed by Brenda Colvin in 1962. This was highly regarded as a unique and imaginative solution in dealing with industrial waste, using the waste ash from the power station to form gently spiralling land-forms.
Indigenous plants and trees, such as silver birch, which is a haven for over 100 insect species and grasses and meadow flowers that produce massive numbers of seeds attracting many species of birds.
Run by The Very English Group, the Oxford Street cafe is the 2nd of a new chain of tea rooms to open both in House of Fraser shops and independent locations around the country. The Very English brand offers a contemporary celebration of the traditional English values of taking tea, in a sociable, relaxed and comfortable meeting place, a contemporary interpretation of the classic English tea house. Bespoke “spoondelier” pendant light fittings, made from tea spoons, and written quotes are among quirky elements reflecting on taking tea and Englishness.
Main Contractor Opus Projects