A tired old BBC research building, on the site where Henry Wood conducted the first Promenade Concerts, has been transformed by BuckleyGrayYeoman into what looks like a private member?s club.
The former BBC research and development building is a stone?s throw from Oxford Circus on Riding House Street, and is The Office Group?s largest location in London.
A stylish interior has been created to give Henry Wood House tenants and The Office Group?s Clubrooms members the sense of entering a private members? club. A Mad Men-esque materials palette of herringbone fumed oak parquet flooring, fluted teak paneling, and rich green walls is accented by bronze fixtures and detailing. A mix of reclaimed pieces, reissued classics, and mid-century-inspired furniture and lighting is used throughout the building to create a period ambience that is brought up to date by the crispness and detailing of its execution.
The newly launched Henry Wood House provides 76,000 sqft of co-working spaces, clubrooms, a lounge on the ground floor and unique facilities including a gym and fitness studio, luxurious showers, coffee shop, library and a screening room with reconditioned cinema seating.
Many of the spaces feature bespoke furniture and cabinetwork designed by BuckleyGrayYeoman, such as the integrated storage on the office floors