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Barr Gazetas is an award-winning architect practice, designing different projects for a variety of clients; We
enjoy combining their requirements with the individual qualities of a site to create unique projects that are striking
to look at and enjoyable to use.
Atrium shortlisted for FX Awards, Small Workplace Environment Category.
Our co-working scheme in Camden, LABS Atrium, has been shortlisted for the FX Awards,
in the Small Workplace Environment Category.
Atrium is aimed at start-ups and creatives, and the design looks to foster a more
collaborative approach to co-working with a clever mix of working styles. We were tasked
with the design of a community - and this quickly became our single most important
principal. A community works when everyone’s together, and social, and can interact and
engage without effort.
COPPA lighting design shortlisted for the Blueprint Awards
Barr Gazetas are thrilled that our bespoke lighting design COPPA continues to delight. Designed
by in-house Architect Savvas as part of the Crown Estates Mezzanine fitout, the compact LED light
brings life a flexible space that showcases The Crown Estate’s diverse property portfolio in a world
Our first in product design, the project showcases furniture also design by Barr Gazetas and an
incredible interactive Pipers model of Regent Street and the surrounding area.
This renovation of a 1930’s building in the heart of Fitzrovia for UK & European is currently
on site. The existing building will be remodelled with the addition of rear and rooftop extensions
providing increased office space, restoration of the historic Art Deco facades, premium tenant
facilities and fantastic CAT A office space.
In June, Barr Gazetas teamed up with the London Society to host a tour of our co-working scheme in Camden. Interchange Atrium was created
in a building that had stood empty for 7 years. It provides over 30,000ft2 of creative working spaces for 600 people, with three floors
of alternative work style space being offered; private, hot-desking and breakout spaces.