Aukett Fitzroy Robinson has designed a wide range of porjects all across the world – UK, Moscow, Abu Dhabu and numerous Joint Ventures. The kind of work includes master planning, consultancy, interior design and urban design. The distinct boxy form with stunning façade treatments and interior composition immerse the user flawlessly into the space.

1. Google Office

Location: Istanbul
Type: Commercial Interior Design

The overall idea of the design like many of the other google offices is to provoke creativity, efficiency and fun through design elements. The colour scheme and flow reflect the local Turkish patterns.The office is located in the Tekfen Tower designed by SHCM.

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2. Ten Trinity Square

Location: London
Type:Heritage Restoration

Located in the heart of London, this masterpiece was built in 1922. The building has 41 grand heritage suits, private clubs, three different dining spaces, spa’s and sauna. The carvings, mirrors, interesting textures and  natural daylight coupled with the Victorian Architecture makes this hotel one of a kind.

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3. Forbury Place

Location:  United Kingdom
Type: Commercial Redevelopement

The building integrates passive design techniques like vertical fins to provide solar protection, and an illusion of a twisting structure to create movement. The building is a diagrid structure and has various landscape and interior design elements that give a beautiful holistic experience.

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4. Gade Zone Redevelopment

Client: Dacorum Borough Council
Size: 8,400sqm / 90,420sqft
Type: Master Planning, Interior Design

This is a Local Authority headquarters housing offices, Council Chamber, registry, police, library and local voluntary services. A recreational complex consisting of seven screen cinema and a range of food and beverage facilities. Residential zones in three new buildings 3-6 storeys high incorporating around 200 units, along with 30% affordable housing reservation.

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5. 10 Queen Street Place

Location: London EC4
Client: Tabung Haji / Knight Frank
Size: 10138sqm / 109129sqft + basement
Type: Interior Design. Refurbishment

Key features include:

The existing concrete waffle slab around the central atrium was exposed, which was previously. The soffit has now been lightly cleaned and exposed,– along with refurbished services and upgraded LED pendant lighting. The office toilets were redesigned with a sharp contemporary palette of natural tones with concrete vanity shelves Delicate timber detailing; suspended vanity mirrors and sunken directional lighting also give a theatrical effect to the space.

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6. The Bradfield Centre

Location: Cambridge Science Park
Client: Trinity College Cambridge / Bidwells
Size: 5,165sqm / 55,600sqft
Type : Architecture

Key Features

The concept is inspired the sinuous landform of its lakeside setting giving it a  crescent-shaped. The main entrance houses a social hub, café, breakout areas ,meeting rooms, with cluster working spaces lending a dynamic open working environment that encourages collaboration and creative thinking. A triple-height atrium allows flooding of daylight and the view of the lake .Upper floors can be reconfigured as open or cubicles to suit needs.Facade materials include aluminium cladding and floor to ceiling windows. The building is rated BREEAM ‘Excellent’, and was joint winner of the Large Building Category at the 2017 Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry (CFCI) Design and Construction Awards, and shortlisted in the 2018 BCO Regional Awards, and the 2018 Office Agents Society Development Awards.

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7. Fontenay Hotel

Location: Hamburg
Year Completed: 2018

Located on the banks of Lake Alster this luxury 5 star hotel has 131 hotel rooms and suites, conference and meeting room facilities, restaurants and spa, planned around the central 27m high atrium. Berlin studio partners Aukett + Heese, together with BRAUNundBRAUN, were the architects and interior designers for the project. The building boasts of sinuous forms with glass and concrete façade treatment.

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8. West End Hotel

Client: Amazon Property
Size: 63,000sqft
Services: Hotel

Key Features:

This is a 102-suite hotel drawing on archetypal London townhouse typologies, a U-shaped form makes the most of a constrained site with boundaries, drawing natural daylight deep into the building. The ground floor street elevation is set back with a covered arcade creating buffer between the public roads and the premises of the hotel. A grand staircase situated at the centre of the plan lends various cores and multiuse spaces.

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9. One Coleman Street

Location: London EC2
Client: Pillar Properties
Size: 21,133sqm / 227,400sqft
Type: Architecture, Interior Design

Key Features:

The structure integrates the historic texture of the traditional urban with the less well-defined townscape of the adjacent London Wall, tracing the gentle curve of London Wall and hence adding definition to the street.The exterior wall is made of polished precast concrete panels utilising reconstituted stone aggregate. The storefront and upper storeys are treated with polished stainless steel. The grand nine-storeyed office building contains typical floorplates of 1,906sqm (20,516sqft).

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10. Arcus III

Location: Moscow, Russia
Client: AB Development
Size: 48,397sqm / 521,000sqft
Services: Architecture

A 15 storeyed office tower in north west Moscow represents ideal opportunities in the city for business park type developments due to its prominent location and approach. This business park boasts of a staggered main façade with coloured glass and lighting which gives it a grand proportions while creating breath taking views over the central Moscow skyline. The building consists of two executive floors, a reception lobby, retail and restaurant facilities at ground level, with two levels of basement parking.

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11. Kempinski Hotel – Mall of the Emirates

Client: Majid Al Futtaim
Size: 373 rooms & suites
Services: Lead Consultancy
Key Features:

The Five star luxury Kempinski Hotel at the Mall of the Emirates, presents the hotel at the forefront of Dubai’s hotel market hence  increasing the asset value and elevating  guest experience.The project includes  façade renovations, the refurbishment of 373 rooms & suites including the famous Ski Chalets and Pool Cabanas, upgradation of the executive lounge, meeting rooms, public restrooms as well as the Olea restaurant and Noir bar.

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12. Tekfen Oz Levent Ofis

Location:Istanbul, Turkey
Client: Tekfen Oz
Size: 16,000sqm / 172,000sqft
Services: Architecture

Key Features:

The client sought a strong expression of the sustainability objectives for the project. The development is situated on a constrained central urban site and one of the first LEED Gold accredited office developments in Central Istanbul. One of the most challenging and unique part of the structure is the envelope design which uses shading systems and glazing technology to create solar shading for ideal internal lighting. The cladding of aluminium poles facilitates a solar shading device, and is the most important component of the “green” expression of the design concept. A landscaped screen on all the facades placed before the glass screens further reinforces the design concept.

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13. Carnival House

Southampton
Client: Development Securities
Size: 13,240sqm /142,500sqft
Services: Architecture

Key Features:

Carnival House consists of five storeys of office space centred around a grand and winter garden enclosed by a lightweight, semi-translucent ETFE roof to provide a tempered internal environment accessible by users. Large portions of glazing are to form a distinctive concrete rainscreen panel on the main front elevation. The concrete panels resemble the form of an artwork called ‘The Largest Longitude / Time Plot in the World’ by artist Chris Tipping, in association with the NOC Southampton. It is a work in low contoured, constructed as panels of mid ocean and sea surface topography, which is emphasised with dramatic lighting elements in the evening.

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14. Azimut Hotel and Resort

Russia
Client: Kortros
Services: Architecture
Master Planning

Key Features:

The luxury four star hotel has 720 guestrooms, bars and restaurants, a conference centre, swimming pool and spa. It houses two white modernist structures with reference of the language of cruise liners, set in a landscaped park with a beautiful walkway running in conjunction with a man-made lake.The three-star Azimuth Hotel lies on the second floor, 246,000sqm site and provides 2,880 guest rooms in 12 eight-storey buildings. The rooms are designed in an Olympic legacy context and will be reconfigured into apartments following the Games using the existing services and floor layout.

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15. King’s Mill Hospital

Location: Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire
Client: Skanska Innisfree PFI Consortium
Size: 120,000sqm / 1,300,000sqft
Services: Architecture, Interior Design
Key Features:
Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire
Client: Skanska Innisfree PFI Consortium
Size: 120,000sqm / 1,300,000sqft
Services: Architecture, Interior Design

Three T-shaped ward buildings are linked together over five floors rising above the Diagnostic and Treatment and Women’s and Children’s Centres.The 28 new wards predominantly enjoy a southerly aspect providing light and airy accommodation with views of the reservoir and countryside beyond.The Women’s and Children’s Centre has its own dedicated entrance from the main hospital concourse. This two-storey elliptical building includes outpatient, rapid access departments, and inpatient facilities with 32 dedicated beds. The hospital was awarded a BRE NEAT ‘Excellent’ rating.

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Reshmi Goswami is an inquisitive budding architect in the physical realm, a spiritual creature in her mind and a meticulously functional artist in her heart. She is obsessed with the idea of “Architecture Triumphs Over Climate Change” in the headlines !

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