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Public Relations

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Public Relations

The practice has an in-house Public Relations department which manages all press, publications, website, awards, exhibitions, branding and the busy social life of the office including annual trips abroad. The team also leads practice participation in architecture events such as the London Festival of Architecture – having hosted three major events and co-curated the 2012 King's Cross hub with The Architecture Foundation – and the RIBA Regent Street Windows Project in 2014.

The Office

Squire and Partners is a friendly and inclusive office, where hard work is combined with a lively social life and strong team spirit. We offer experience of a broad range of projects from small bespoke fitouts to large-scale urban masterplans. The emphasis is always focussed on responding to context, sourcing the finest building materials and delivering a meticulously detailed product.

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Support

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Support

Architects and designers are backed by a strong support team, with in-house departments for finance, public relations and document control, as well as team based assistants who create presentations and project materials. A dedicated IT department oversees the complex communications system on which the practice relies each day.

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IT

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IT
IT

The practice IT team ensure that our complex communication systems are kept operational and at the forefront of technological advances. Squire and Partners invests substantially in IT and communications every year to ensure we are able to provide the best and most efficient service to clients and design teams.

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Architects

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Architects

Squire and Partners employs over 150 architects and architectural assistants, offering experience of a broad range of projects in several different sectors, varying from small bespoke fitouts to large-scale urban masterplans. The emphasis is always focussed on responding to context, sourcing the finest building materials and delivering a meticulously detailed product.

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Modelshop

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Modelshop

The practice Modelshop create physical concepts for early design ideas, as well as highly detailed models during the design and planning process, their works having been the centrepiece of several public consultations. The Modelshop have had works exhibited at high profile London locations including the Royal Academy, Royal Festival Hall and the highly acclaimed Regent Street Windows project.

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CGI

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CGI
CGI

The practice has a dedicated computer visualisation team who provide a vital tool in understanding buildings and spaces. Their work greatly assists the design and planning process, from simple massing diagrams to certified planning views and complex renders of façade details, helping designers and clients to make informed decisions throughout the various stages of design.

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The Department Store, Brixton

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The Department Store, Brixton

After 16 years in King’s Cross, Squire and Partners have moved to a new home in Brixton. Following our purchase of a dilapidated Edwardian department store in 2015, we entirely reimagined the space allowing the existing fabric and layers of history to inform the new design. Collaborating with craftspeople and furniture makers, the restored and extended building provides an exciting array of creative workspaces for the practice.

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Interior Design

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Interior Design

The interior design department at Squire and Partners works with project teams across the office, as well as collaborating with client appointed interior designers, to create bespoke spaces particular to their setting. Their specialist knowledge of materials, furniture and lighting – honed with visits to various design events throughout the year – is an invaluable part of the practice.

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Illustration

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Illustration

Squire and Partners' team of illustrators are essential to presenting information in a clear and concise manner, allowing designers, clients and consultants to assess schemes objectively, as well as being an invaluable tool during public consultations. Their skills enhance hand-drawn perspectives and computer models, adding richness to the practices presentation material.