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OFFICETWENTYFIVEARCHITECTS new London office, at RIBA Incubator!
..a new era and a new adventure for us, with OFFICETWENTYFIVEARCHITECTS Ltd, London.
The Royal Institute of British Architects has launched a new workspace and business development programme in central London to support emerging architecture practices.
Our practice was chosen among many to be a part the RIBA Incubator, after submitting a company and owners’ CV and a business plan.
Housed in its Bridford Mews building – behind its new offices at 76 Portland Place – up to 14 architectural practices, were given deskspace , as well as in-house training and business mentoring as part of the programme.Desks are spread across an open-plan space on the first-floor of the building, which opened earlier this year after being refurbished by architects Theis and Khan. Described by the practice as ‘a younger sibling to the [RIBA’s] main headquarters’, the 1950s building connects to the main RIBA site via a double-height, three-storey glazed atrium, dubbed
The Forum, which is used as an open-plan meeting space.Previously, the Bradford Mews building was part of the Institute of Physics headquarters, and now houses RIBA London’s Regional Office in addition to the incubator.Deskspace at the Incubator will be limited to two years, RIBA said in a statement on its website, with the expectation that practices will rapidly outgrow the space in that time.
The office space was delivered in a ceremony on 16.10.2015.