Crittal pattern partitioning is employed extensively to divide expansive spaces into smaller, private meeting rooms.
The redevelopment of the Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station is one of the most iconic and vibrant schemes in London. Its 42 acre site is rapidly becoming one of the capital’s most exciting destinations for living, working and leisure.
Now Phases 1, 2 and 3A – including the Power Station itself – have been completed, the Battersea Power Station Development Company required an exceptional new marketing suite from which it could continue to tell its unfolding story and market future phases of the project including Foster + Partners’ Battersea Roof Gardens and Frank Gehry’s Prospect Place.
The newly opened suite, designed and delivered by Ben Adams Architects, sits among the pedestrianised high street offering of Electric Boulevard and provides 5,000 sqft of welcoming, relaxing and flexible space for prospective buyers and BPSDC’s sales team alike.
A front of house area dedicated to welcoming buyers provides a residential vibe with warm earthy tones, timber finishes and artisanal plaster walls. A large, flexible space that can also be used for events or launches, it features a bespoke reception desk which can easily adapt into a bar as well as architectural metal mesh curtains that can be altered to further open up the space.
Office accommodation for the sales team is located towards the back of the suite. Crittal pattern partitioning is used throughout to break the large spaces down into more intimately-scaled or private meeting rooms, whilst maintaining an open bright environment, end-to-end views and visual connectivity within the suite. Acoustic ceilings and wall panelling create a softer, more domestic sound quality, working in combination with hand-crafted timber dowelling on the walls.