Lights, camera, action! It’s not the set of a new daytime chat show featuring Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley but the television studio at the hub of new London offices for global PR and communications firm Burson-Marsteller. Designed by BDG architecture and design, the workplace is located in Renzo Piano’s landmark Central Saint Giles development. The design concept takes full advantage of stunning views over the city, with the TV studio strategically located so that a vista encompassing the London Eye and Houses of Parliament forms a dramatic backdrop. The recording studio is used for both media training and broadcast interviews, and is one of a variety of work settings for staff and clients including a cafe, meeting suite and two semi-enclosed terraces.
By Gareth Gardner / photography + journalism /