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Buckley Gray Yeoman – Carnaby Club, London


Mixology23 Project of the Year: Workplace Interiors 5-15k sq ft


Project Team

  • Open Contracts, Shaftesbury plc, Watkins Payne Partnership, TSI Workspace, Abstracta, Havwoods UK, Optima, James Johnson & Co, Matter of Stuff

The interior design for the Carnaby Club – a dedicated space for entertainment, hospitality and co-working – takes inspiration from the bold and rebellious fashion legacy of Carnaby Street, reflected through the use of tactile materials and honest textiles with an emphasis on bespoke design pieces that prioritise natural materials and tones. The main office floor reflects a desire to create a space that fosters a post-pandemic, hybrid workplace with a design that avoids traditional corporate styling and encourages a relaxed, intimate environment with a variety of furniture, fabrics and textures that create a warm and welcoming space. Both the Carnaby Club (Cat A and Cat B) scheme and the wider 72 Broadwick Street development reflect Shaftesbury’s two-decade-long stewardship of Carnaby Street which has augmented the area’s heritage as the epicentre of London style and created a desirable neighbourhood to work, live and play in the West End of London.

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