Ben Adams Architects

The Fjord Building by Ben Adams Architects

Our brief was to reinvent the building without destroying its character. Our aesthetic for the new Fjord Building is inspired by its existing industrial heritage and its local history.

British Film Institute London by Ben Adams Architects

The relocation of the BFI library to London’s Southbank gave the BFI the opportunity to rethink its existing HQ at Stephen Street and create a new vibrant and welcoming space for film lovers to enjoy.

Northampton Road Showroom, London by Ben Adams Architects

This showroom, for international furniture designers Orangebox, is next to the Grade 1 listed Finsbury Health Centre in Clerkenwell, and is part of a campus of buildings that make up the Bowling Green Lane estate and conservation areas.

Senator House by Ben Adams Architects

Senator House occupies a central location within the City of London, between the River Thames and St Paul’s Cathedral, long associated with the trading and financial services.

East London Office: Albert House by Ben Adams Architects

Co-working market leaders, The Office Group wanted a new location in the heart of Old Street’s Silicon Roundabout. BAA’s task was to transform Albert House, a tired office building into the kind of fresh, functional, and innovative space

Barley Mow Centre, London by Ben Adams Architects

Our remit for the Barley Mow Centre was to demolish a single storey shed, built in the 1970s, and replace it with a six-storey office building, with improved and rationalised circulation throughout.

Jamestown Road Office by Ben Adams Architects

The building has been stripped all the way back to its structural frame to create elegant new elevations, with floor to ceiling warehouse windows onto Jamestown Road and the canal.

King William Street, London by Ben Adams Architects

24 King William Street, for Beltane Asset Management, has created a new mixed use building from the bones of an existing one with two additional floors, an entirely new façade and a new interior.

Scott House, London by Ben Adams Architects

At Scott House, located at Waterloo Station, a Japanese inspired approach creates a calm and peaceful working environment set within one of London’s busiest stations.

Monotype Office, A Meticulously Crafted Studio for Font Specialists

Global typeface giant, Monotype, required an agile London headquarters space to meet its current and future needs. This new studio provides a contemporary environment that reflects their position at the forefront of digital technology design.

Nobu Hotel in London by Ben Adams Architects

Nobu hotel require that all their buildings reflect their immediate context. Our palette of concrete, bronze, timber and glass overlaid with creative textiles and warm fabrics create a simple, considered and raw aesthetic.