The Farm provides HD editing, sound and video post production facilities to television producers Read more
The Farm provides HD editing, sound and video post production facilities to television producers. They relocated from a former 17th Century house in Soho Square to a 1950's 5 storey building on Newman Street that provides them with 70 suites.
BDG reconfigured the location of the entrance to align with the new reception layout. With large, bold graphics along the ground floor, the new entrance takes on a more subtle nature - with a concealed door giving the impression of a members club.
The Farm has very specific technical requirements with audio studios; voice booths; colour grading suites; online and offline editing suites which entailed particular input relating to acoustics, partitions and lighting.
The look and feel of their new office retains an industrial feel, which is prevalent in the Farm’s other buildings with material selection adopting the same nature with concrete floors, brickwork walls, parquet timber feature walls.
Maxus, global media planning and buying agency, relocates to the AlphaBeta building Read more
Maxus is a global media planning and buying agency, combining the disciplines of communication planning and customer relationship marketing with real time data analytics.
BDG’s design of their new office, in the recently refurbished AlphaBeta building, was based around choice; flexibility; change; efficiency and collaboration.
The new space allows Maxus to reflect a different, newer and fresher impression on its clients and visitors.