The National Union of Journalists London headquarters has recently re-opened after an extensive refurbishment and fit-out, bringing their seven storey, 1950s office building back to life.
The innovative design has transformed the space to deliver a dynamic and contemporary workplace, including a commissioned piece by an up-and-coming street-work artist and artisan metalwork installations in the new restaurant.
Pascall+Watson were appointed from project inception through to completion, working closely with the client to produce a tailored branding and interior design concept.
The finished 1,900m² design consists of vibrant and versatile office space, an 'open to the public' restaurant, specialist seminar and presentation areas and new sub-let office space.
The working floors were completely re-imagined to create flexible team environments supported by shared collaboration zones.
The successful scheme, delivered to high quality standards and improved commercial viability, allows for future growth and evolving needs, surpassing the client’s expectations.
Eamon Nolan, Pascall+Watson's Project Director commented:
“Working with the National Union of Journalists to develop their exciting new headquarters has been a great privilege and a pleasure. We are all very proud of their new home.”