Photography: Andrew Frasz
Featured by Architectural Digest as “an enviably chic atelier”, this bespoke and glamorous office space balances luxury with productivity while ultimately serving up the ideal environment for creativity to flourish. The initial visual impact to be welcoming, ethereal, and elegant. It was highly important for the team, clients and visitors to enjoy coming here every day. Large skylights allow copious amounts of sunlight to pour down into the entry hall and reception area. To capitalize on this effect, a bold, botanical print from Schumacher was selected for the walls. The furniture is a medley of designs for Hancock & Moore and Maitland-Smith mixed in with some antiquity (i.e. the Belgian dining table in the Reception area is a late 19th Century auction find). The portraits on the walls are from the “Mouths Wide Open” collection for Leftbank Art.
“The intent is a kind of inspiration born of Jenkins’s accomplishments and optimism and symbolized by those vast views that convinced him the space should be the firm’s new home.” -Architectural Digest, January 2023.