Ashton House Café, Buckinghamshire
Bringing light, volume, transparency… and the smell of roast coffee
The recently created new reception transformed the first impressions as you enter this building; however something was lacking. We put our finger on it, got rid of the original uninspiring marketing suite, and inserted a café in lieu, creating one large open space combined with the reception, building on volume and light. Taking an incisive skewer to the building, we introduced a glazed doorway at the back, allowing people to see right through to the lovely green grassy areas at the rear, with the vision to connect with the sister building behind. Now you’re greeted by the smell of roast coffee and a genuinely nice place to connect with colleagues and co-tenants in this original piece of MK architecture.
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