First developed in the late 17th century, Soho has evolved over time creating a complex layering of both physical and social attributes. Situated in the core of the West End, both theatre land and the public spectacle of everyday life have a strong presence within the city quarter. The area both exhibits and hides a series of contrasts, with almost contradictory characters coexisting side by side. Within a short walk, without a moment to pause and grasp the intensity of the experience, a pedestrian may pass by cafe, hairdresser, hedge fund headquarters, embassy, fashion boutique and other entertainments, all interlaced with sought after residences.
The open plan office is lined with interactive walls that support its activities. A glass box provides a space to meet, visually connected to the entire office and its everyday events. Further private meeting space is provided, detached from the main space with a separate discrete controlled entry.