A look back at the architectural excellence we helped achieve at The Assembly Building (The Foundry) in the Hammersmith. You would have to know where and what you are looking for to find it though. Hidden behind a retained facade in which British artist Alex Chinneck collaborated with steelworkers, engineers and brickmakers to create “Six Pins and Half a Dozen Needles”, an artwork designed to look like a giant crack in the wall of the brickwork – you’ll find the beautiful facade of The Assembly. Now hosting a number of organisations and offering a flexible office arrangement with great facilities and access to all that Hammersmith has to offer with it’s close proximity to the City.
Setting a new Foundry in the Heart of Hammersmith
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