Drayton Green Church
Louis Sullivan believed "form follows function", but what about spaces that have more than one function? This is the challenge Piercy&Company encountered when developing Drayton Green Church, both a flexible community space and a spiritual home.
Our CGI work, created in harmony with this modern design, focus on communicating the space's soft ambience and lighting together with its dramatic folded roof.
Initially built in 1887 as stables for the Great Northern Railway, the Turnmill later spent 23 years as a world famous 24-hour nightclub. We teamed up with Derwent London and Piercy&Company as they transformed this iconic building into premier office space.
Balancing the history and celebrated character of this building was in all the details; we modelled each individual Petersen Kolumba brick to capture the building's beautiful texture and palette. Our detailed series of 30 images later proved essential to securing a 20-year pre-let with media giants Publicis Groupe.