TateHindle Architects

Project

Nissan Design Europe

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The aim for this project was to provide Nissan’s designers and modellers with a unique and stimulating environment which would inspire them to create, explore and define their ideas. The Grade II listed ‘Rotunda’ building in Paddington, which was a concrete structure originally designed as a transport depot in the 1960s, provided the perfect canvas for the scheme.

Innovative design

There are three floors of office space, conference rooms and workshops as well as a showroom area and ‘chill-out’ zone. The innovative design includes advanced facilities for teams to examine their visualisations and make prototypes. Sophisticated lighting and climate control systems ensure a comfortable working environment. The fit-out has also been designed to protect the highly confidential nature of the business. The scheme was nominated for an FX Award for ‘Best Small Office’ and is regularly featured in interior design publications globally.

"The Rotunda....has been used to maximum effect by architects TateHindle to create a sense of real space and freedom for designers and artists to carry out their work."

Nissan Design Europe

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