Union Street studio
Since our inception in 1993, Alan Camp Architects outgrew two previous homes in Southwark. We acquired and moved to our Union Street studio in 2005.
Originally a small industrial building on a tight urban site, adjacent to the main line to London Bridge station, 88 Union Street was carefully converted to offices on a limited budget.
We used simple components and materials in innovative ways, in conjunction with bespoke elements, to create a light, open and interactive environment.
The generous communal spaces at the heart of the building are true to our collaborative working ethos. They support formal and informal business meetings to frequent social events for staff and clients.