'For once, a moment of solitude in one of our studios, as we discuss the inception of a project. We have worked for years in this converted railway station in North Yorkshire, a base with good parking and communications. We've extended the building and refurbished the whole space. As a result, a calm atmosphere has descended as the cool colours, the spacious layout and the new equipment improve the working environment. Ideally, we'd like one big open-plan area, but this 1870s building ...
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