Projects don’t get much cooler than our recent fit out at The Binary on behalf of Fabrix Capital. The project included a fantastic mural on the side elevation of the building by Creative Debuts.
This ode to South London took four days to complete from start to finish. Our team led by Trevor Freeman, who you’ll spot for a brief second in the video (giving the appreciative nod), saw that the existing services and windows were removed and bricked up. The walls were also given a lick of paint to provide a blank canvas for the artists to create this masterpiece. Watch the wall feature take shape in this fantastic video produced by Creative Debuts.
Our Cat A refurbishment of The Binary, formerly known as Olwen House, involved reconfiguring the existing space to create ready to let office accommodation.
Our fit-out commenced from the ground to the second floor following enabling works, which saw the existing walls and finishes stripped out to create an open-plan environment.
The existing ground floor fanlight windows and brickwork were removed to install full height glazing including a sliding balcony door to level 1 and 2 with internal glass balustrades.
The building now boasts a new reception entrance which was previously an internal loading bay, a unisex toilet and shower rooms along with three floors of office space. We also opened up the staircase by removing fair-faced brickwork walls and refurbished the existing goods lift.