James Callcut

Lord’s Cricket Ground


Burrell Foley Fischer were the architects to the Contractor, Knight Harwood, for the refurbishment of the Grandstand at Lords, based on a design intent by Populous Architects. The project involved the refurbishment of their main bar and catering facilities, including the ECB Box and the Father Time Bar and was again completed in time for the first Test Match in the spring of 2015.

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James Callcut

33 Grovesnor Street, London

bw5r279133 Grosvenor Street is a grade II listed part-heritage refurbishment part-extension project in the heart of Mayfair.Considered to be a fine example of an Edwardian residence, the building had fallen into disrepair prior to purchase by Grosvenor. Their aspiration was to create a next generation townhouse office building, exceeding tenant expectations through innovative design, specification and building flexibility. Continue reading “33 Grovesnor Street, London”

James Callcut

Human-centric lighting in RSHP’s offices

bw5r5702-version-2In December 2015 Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners moved into level 14 of the Leadenhall Building, which the practice itself designed. RSHP gave careful thought to how to light their offices, and opted for a human-centric system that changes colour and intensity in accordance with outside conditions. And to deliver this innovative tuneable lighting method, the practice selected Iris, designed by Spectral.

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