Masterminds behind Google Campus shortlisted for Interior Architect Award
The team behind some of London’s most exciting spaces have been nominated for an international architecture awards.
Their inventive use of space has already secured them projects with household names including Levi’s and Selfridges & Co. Shoreditch Office Space have been lucky enough to work with Jump Studios on a number of projects, with a number of properties in East London benefiting from their work space transformations. The nomination follows a number of celebrated creations across the capital, each with a unique environment tailored to represent the resident.
The award is given to celebrate interior architecture rather than interior design (a somewhat confusing distinction for us laymen). Last year’s winners, Witherford Watson Mann, were responsible for the Barbican’s Cromwell Tower and its striking marriage of brick and glass. Jump Studios’ currently list of accolades is already impressive, with a haul for Nike HQ including ‘The Times Innovation in the Workplace Award’ and ‘Red Dot’ Award, both in 2005.
Other commended projects have included a concept design for car manufacturers Honda and quite remarkable Bloomberg work space in EC2. We wish Jump Studios the best of luck in this year’s awards, and hope they can continue to showcase the incredible array of talent currently residing in East London.