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Exterior photograph showing the facade to the street, 01 of 14

Exterior photograph showing the facade to the street, 01 of 14

Custom timber door with arched surround, 02 of 14

Custom timber door with arched surround, 02 of 14

Interior meeting room, 03 of 14

Interior meeting room, 03 of 14

Moxon Architects - interior view, 04 of 14

Moxon Architects – interior view, 04 of 14

Folding meeting room tables, 05 of 14

Folding meeting room tables, 05 of 14

Architectural interior photographer, 06 of 14

Architectural interior photographer, 06 of 14

Kitchen area photographer, London, 07 of 12

Kitchen area photographer, London, 07 of 12

Interior photograph showing timber cladding, 08 of 14

Interior photograph showing timber cladding, 08 of 14

Interior seating area photograph, 09 of 14

Interior seating area photograph, 09 of 14

Interior timber cladding and meeting tables, 10 of 14

Interior timber cladding and meeting tables, 10 of 14

Meeting room showing lighting, 11 of 14

Meeting room showing lighting, 11 of 14

Interior folding meeting tables, 12 of 14

Interior folding meeting tables, 12 of 14

London architectural photographer, 13 of 14

London architectural photographer, 13 of 14

Tables folded away, interior, 14 of 14

Tables folded away, interior, 14 of 14

Arts Council England (ACE), Midlands Office, Birmingham, 2019, Moxon Architects
The Arts Council England updated its midlands office in Birmingham to enable new, flexible and public uses. The architecture is skilfully designed by Moxon Architects to create strong differentiation between the new fit-out and the characterful historic architecture of the original structures, which are listed.
The design is clean and simple, employing a restrained palate of materials, and incorporates open fluid public spaces intertwined with specialist areas including formal meeting rooms and lecture theatres. The flexible space features movable tables that can be folded up against the wall to allow multiple uses.

Architectural photography completed over 1 day. (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer)
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