Easily one of Archer Architects most acclaimed projects, the M&C Saatchi building is a lesson in the possible resonance between a company’s ethos and its built environment. The well known advertising agency’s location in Golden Square was a building dating from 1914. A new entrance allowed the 4000 sq ft main interior gallery to be the focus of street level observation.
A new atrium between the two existing buildings spirals upwards, incorporating each level of the building into its architecture.
All work was achieved in an occupied building.