SoHo. The entertainment district of London.
151 Wardour Street was built in the 1950’s. It has undergone quite the TOG transformation.
TOG particularly enjoyed the design research for this building. Scouring the iconic spaces of SoHo (bars, restaurants, cafes) for inspiration with architects Universal Design, we found one main consistent theme - pop art.
So, they have created a series of abstract graphic spaces incorporating blocks of colour and delicious materials like indigo denim upholstery and curtains, recycled plastic and linoleum surfaces and perforated aluminium.
Pockets of space for meetings, or simply escapism. The ground floor has an interactive wall for flexible exhibitions, to showcase your work. And flexible offices, co-working, event space, lounges, meeting rooms and a virtual address