Planning, architectural and interior design services for the development of a temporary police ‘mini-station’ on Piccadilly Circus.
Modelled on the Tardis the scheme was designed and developed to be transportable for relocation. The unit offered a secure environment for officers with a reception counter, interview room and messing facilities.
Works involved the design of a simple street unit with opportunities for a coffee shop.
Planning, architectural and interior design services including co-ordination and project management of a fairground ride within the main atrium of an entertainment/ shopping complex.
The ride was double stacked to maximise seats on each ride. The scheme involved the design of a sliding floor walkway, interfaced with the ride, to allow people to the top tier of seating. The ride rose over 12 storeys before being dropped.
A cinema entrance was developed using a ‘red carpet’ floor with flowing green stalactite to create an eye catching entrance.
Single Person Roller Coaster
Development and installation design of a single person rollercoaster car for use in entertainment centres.
A gravity falling single roller coaster pod was developed between engineers and the office to allow individuals to get in and out of the pod while in motion. The ride was intended to fly over visitors in the entertainment centre and provide a novel and exciting addition to the traditional offering.
Design and Development of feature flaming torch for installation in an entertainment complex.
The design had to merge an Aztec inspired atrium into a modern high tech interior. The artificial flame united both in a simple manner while creating movement to attract the passing public.
Pool Entrance - London
Planning and interior design services for the design of a new pool room entrance.
A single stair dropping away from the street was visually widened by mirrors. Large ‘half’ pool balls and a half pool table pocket were applied to and butted against the mirror to encourage passers-by to be deceived into the idea of double width.
An entrance way to an entertainment centre resulted in a spectacular amalgamation of moving light, giant robot and overlarge ten pins.
The scheme was developed with the client and became the first electronic entertainment complex in the country, if not the world.
Architectural and planning services to obtain permission and organise the temporary installation of an ice rink and permanent café on Marble Arch roundabout.