The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
Work It
Work It
The Office Group
What’s the Crack
What’s the Crack
What’s the Crack
A Silly Poem
A Silly Poem
A Silly Poem
The Office Group
The Office Group
Aren’t we all Target Driven
Aren’t we all Target Driven

The Office Group

2015

After surviving air raid attacks during WWI and more recent 
demolition plans as part of the modernisation programme, this building stands as a true fighter.

We embellished the office space with our tongue-in-cheek neon signs, now fast becoming a signature for The Office Group spaces. Drawing on the blend of old and new, we created original prints that have been subtly customised to add a 21st Century touch. The print works are an ode to to Spike Milligan and Sir John Betjeman, whose efforts made Liverpool Street Station the architectural feat that it is today.

Cracks had started to appear where the concrete on the floor of the building has parted, revealing the original cobbled streets that once lay hidden beneath. We invited members of The Office Group team to interact with these, and asked them to draw over and around photographs of the cracks, creating new pictures and shapes. The result is a series of 36 unique pieces of art, continuing the theme of old and new used within the building and in the surrounding streets.

 


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Client: The Office Group
Location: Liverpool Street, London