Summit House is a new flexible workspace in Holborn, London from The Office Group. The listed building has undergone an extensive refurbishment by Fogia’s own collaborators, Note.
Covering four storeys, the vast building is completely reimagined by Note with only hints of its past remaining, namely its Art Deco facades and other elements. Note’s design brings aspects of Swedish Grace to the fore, complementing the building’s Art Deco heritage and adding a captivating sense of drama.
Rich, warm colours combine with materials like steel, oak, stone and glass while the interior elements are curated from the UK and Scandinavia. Fogia’s Tiki, Bond, Grande and Bollo play an integral part in its spaces.
Interior images by Michael Sinclair, external shots by Andrew Meredith.
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