Strata Tiles were pleased to collaborate with Sheppard Robson Architects on the tiling specification for the £115 million renovation project that transformed 245 Hammersmith Road in London.
Having worked with Sheppard Robson Architects since 2016, Strata Tiles helped transform the old Hammersmith property into a new high-end private offices and alluring co-working spaces, by supplying 250m² of uniquely sophisticated concrete wall cladding to the reception walls, staircases and lift lobbies.
This recent project for Sheppard Robson client ‘Legal and General (L&G)’ created a prominent architectural addition and a sequence of new public spaces in the area’s Business Improvement District (BID).
The intricate 3000 handwoven thread artwork, a visual focal point in the reception area for the L&G building, was created by Patricia de Isidoro from six bespoke concrete pieces manufactured by Strata Tiles to specific design drawings.
Working closely with bespoke joinery specialists; James Johnson and Co. Ltd, artist; Patricia de Isidoro and concrete partner; Ivanka, Strata Tiles created this delicate, subtle concrete artwork which emerges out of the wall and encapsulates the hand woven golden thread.