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ADH Partnership ADH Partnership is an architectural and design practice based in London and specialising in the workplace. Your office is the door to your business. We have the know-how to unlock its potential. Are you looking to expand, refresh or even downsize your office, but lacking the ideas and strategy? From our wide and varied experience of design and management, we are the experts in all aspects of office design.

We can provide you with the professional answers, designs and tools to give your office and business a new lease of life.

ADH Partnership is an architectural and design practice based in London and specialising in the workplace. ADH is David Stacey, Hugh Cochrane and Alan Coleman. We are a small but dedicated team of architects and designers who have worked together for some 25 years. We have a proven record as our client list demonstrates. A full architectural service

In 2003 we carried out the planning and design of the 5th floor offices of OCI (UK) Limited in Cork Street. The company expanded in 2007 when we designed further space on the 4th floor. Come 2013, we once again were asked to design and project manage this suite of offices incorporating a stylish reception and boardroom. Its recent completion has proved

ADH were commissioned to completely review how staff and visitors used P&G's European HQ and create a new 'brand' identity for the site. The objectives were to re-energise the common areas and create a heart & soul for the building. ADH provided concepts for the main entrance / reception, break out areas and coffee shops, meeting & conference rooms

ADH were involved from inception on this project, assisting on building evaluation and 'fit factor 'space studies on 3 high profile buildings. The iconic Venus building near the Trafford centre was finally selected, ticking all the right boxes for quality of build and location. The triangular floor plates planned extremely well and were surprisingly

ADH has undertaken design work for the London Borough of Merton, Kent County Council and for this project for Gravesham Borough Council. ADH was the architect and lead consultant for the 6m refurbishment of Cadbury-Brown's iconic 1960's Civic Centre in Gravesend, North Kent. Work included refurbishment and a new, open working environment for the council

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