21 Feb 2013

Client Event at The Photographers’ Gallery

Last week ADP held a drinks reception at The Photographers’ Gallery in Soho, where we worked on the detailed design and construction phases of its extensive refurbishment. The building reopened last May and is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. 

During the event, ADP’s Commercial Architecture Director Geoff Brown and Associate Dianna Floud, both of whom worked on the project, invited guests on guided tours of the five floor gallery. In a short speech, Partner Roger FitzGerald outlined some of the challenges ADP had faced during the project, our key design solutions, and concluded that the end result was an overwhelming success. 

Brett Rogers, Director of The Photographers’ Gallery commented "We are delighted with our new building – our audiences seem to particularly enjoy the handsome new gallery spaces we have created on the top floors and the interesting views across central London they now afford. The social space of the café and bookshop floors are also working well - acting as a way to attract new audiences off Ramillies Street. Many of our visitors comment on the choice of handsome materials throughout the building and excellent new facilities.  Many thanks to ADP for all their hard work to help us realise our vision."