Decorex 2012 – George Spencer by Boundary Space

We are delighted to have designed the Decorex 2012 exhibition stand for the fabric house George Spencer Designs. This year’s stand was a particularly demanding brief, as it needed to show a tremendous range of labels including F.Leitner KG and Cottonberry. We really enjoy the quick turnaround that designing exhibition stands allows for and were [...]

Breaking Ground in Notting Hill – Building Basements in Central London

When you can’t go up, go down. To many British people living outside of London, the idea of building a basement below an existing house seems prohibitively complex and expensive. However with high land prices and strict planning legislation, for many in London it is both financially viable and practically sensible, if not the only [...]

Inspired Rubbish

Whilst on a monumental 10 hour monthly site meeting, I was struck by something rather beautiful lurking in an electrical recycling bin.  The photos cannot really convey the very tactile quality this offcut metal sheathing has, but there is something quite enchanting about its symmetry and complexity.  Having been in a pocket for hours and [...]

Getting Historic in Chelsea

There is always a real excitement about taking on a new project and this is never greater than when the building we have to work on is something of an enigma. As is so often the case in London, our latest project is a building which has been added to and adapted by many hands [...]