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Alphabeta is the melting pot for Two Tribes; the City’s financial sector and the new Creative Media and Tech industries. An energetic shared workspace that straddles the divide and creates a new home for ideas to meet money. The Atrium no longer functions solely as a demonstration of wealth and power, having been reimagined as a common area for the immediate discussion of ideas and possibilities in a collegiate and comfortable surroundings. Transparent meeting rooms cantilever above the shared space and a cycle ramp running indoors from the street is celebrated with highly visibility glass.

The 24,000m2 offices were built over 24 months and involved additional stories and entire remodelling of three tired buildings. Studio RHE provided both Architectural and Interior Design for this ground breaking space. In 2016 the Alphabeta Building received design Awards from the RIBA, British Council for Offices and the Office Agents Society.

Client : Resolution | Location : London | Area : 24,000m2 | Cost : £45m | Completion : 2016


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RIBA LONDON AWARDS 2016 | Winner - Project Architect of the Year

BCO AWARDS 2016 | Winner - Refurbished/ Recycled Workspace

OFFICE AGENTS SOCIETY 2016 | Winner - City Development of the Year

NLA AWARDS 2016 | shortlisted - Conservation & Retrofit

AJ RETROFIT 2016 | shortlisted - Offices Over 2,000m2

DARC 2016 | shortlisted - Best Interior Lighting Scheme

WORLD INTERIOR NEWS AWARDS 2016 | shortlisted - Workspace InteriorS

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