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McKinsey & Company
Custom designed walls in an award-winning workplace for a global management consulting firm.
The project

Architects MoraySmith had an ambitious vision of an inspiring contemporary workplace for McKinsey & Company’s new office building in London. Their aim was to create a space that would encourage collaboration amongst employees and allow the company to serve their clients with greater flexibility.

Pace Interiors were brought on board to design and construct dramatic feature walls for the main lobby that give the impression of being suspended in air.

The work

Walls that appear to defy gravity were a significant design challenge. However, thanks to our past experience working on similarly ambitious projects we were able to solve a problem no one else could. We devised a beautifully simple solution combining timber and metal studs to construct the “floating” walls.

Design challenges were only one element of this complex project. With over 100 of our own staff involved along with those from other trades, logistics and management were key to coordinate installation and keep the programme running to time.

design
10 weeks
manufacture
6 weeks
install
2 weeks
project cost
2.3m
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We at Pace Interiors are an equal opportunities employer who strives to improve opportunities for all. To help in our mission, we have spoken to our female colleagues to see how they found their way into their role at Pace and why they are in the construction industry, which is notoriously male dominated. Although many […]

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We at Pace Interiors are an equal opportunities employer who strives to improve opportunities for all. To help in our mission, we have spoken to our female colleagues to see how they found their way into their role at Pace and why they are in the construction industry, which is notoriously male dominated.Although many companies […]

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