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10th Floor, Manchester One

SALFORD, United Kingdom

  • Manchester One is more than an office fit-out. It is an expression of Cundall’s belief that great design should inspire a creative and collaborative workspace.

4th and 5th Floors, 15 Colmore Row

Birmingham, United Kingdom

  • Following the successful relocation to 15 Colmore Row in 2014, Cundall’s Birmingham office reached capacity in 2017 and so decided to expand by taking the fifth floor (in addition to the fourth).

50 Queen Anne’s Gate

London, United Kingdom

  • 50 Queen Anne’s Gate, now called 102 Petty France, was originally constructed in 1977. The building was refurbished to accommodate 2,400 staff.

A+E Networks

London, United Kingdom

  • This project combined the A+E Networks marketing offices, originally in the West End, with the production teams formally sharing space with BSKYB in their West London campus. Closer to London and nearer to clients and the creative hub of talent.

Al Ain Mixed-use Development and Stadium Project

Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

Antofagasta PLC

London, United Kingdom

  • 2,500m2 fit-out of the 2nd floor of 33 Kings Street for a copper mining company.

BMA House

London, United Kingdom

  • The British Medical Association (BMA) commissioned Cundall as part of a multi-disciplinary project team to design and manage the refurbishment of the grade II listed Lutyens designed building of BMA House in Tavistock Square.

Broadgate Quarter

London, United Kingdom

  • This project encompassed the refurbishment of existing premises at 1 Snowden Street and Broadgate West, now renamed the Broadgate Quarter in the heart of the city.

Canterbury College

Canterbury, United Kingdom

  • Canterbury College provides academic and vocational skill courses for the local community. The overall footprint of the college is now 45,000m². Cundall was appointed as strategic building services consultants for Campus 2007, a major two phase re-development of Canterbury College. The two-phased development programme involved new build and refurbishment, working to designs by Charter Architects to provide a state-of-the-art education facility.

Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

London, United Kingdom

  • The relocation of diverse elements of Central St Martins College of Art and Design (CSM) into a new central campus on the 61 acre Kings Cross goods yard redevelopment was a major undertaking for the college and university. The new home of CSM incorporates: historic railway buildings (including the Grade II listed Granary building that was modified to respond to CSM’s needs), a flexible new build studio and theatre space. This is all based around a 110m long internal ‘street’ at the heart of the 39,000m² scheme.

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