Home to the office
Mary Thum Associates' new Westminster offices have an air of domesticity about them. Perhaps this is because, prior to taking up residence in its new premises, the practice worked from Mary Thum's own home in Chelsea. This previous accommodation, a studio on the lower ground floor of her Chelsea town house, was designed by the practice as a showpiece for clients and provided promotional opportunities, to such an extent that it soon outgrew it. 'We have more space now, but I have a little ...
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