Drill Hall

Drill Hall is a substantial renovation and conversion project, transforming an industrial building into co-working offices, cafe and residential apartments in the heart of Mile End. Situated along the busy Mile End Road in the East End of London the former drill hall and vehicle maintenance yard have been substantially extended to provide new accommodation […]

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The Forest Garden

The Forest Garden breathes new life into a residential neighbourhood in Leytonstone by applying the key concepts of a circular economy to a garden built out of construction waste. The project won the Waltham Forest Making Places competition and employs a sustainable model of production and consumption that responds to the climate emergency. The planting […]

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Mainframe

Mainframe is a comprehensive carbon-neutral workplace refurbishment project in London’s thriving Knowledge Quarter. Specifying recycled raised access flooring is just one of the ways we are significantly reducing the building’s carbon cost. We achieve over a 50% embodied carbon reduction across 70,000 square feet of office space, compared to brand-new tile flooring. Any pre-existing raised […]

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Early Education Centre Nursery

The transformation of a tarmac preschool play area into an inclusive garden aiming to ‘nurture in nature’. Detailed observation of the existing space identifies limitations in how it serves the nursery’s needs, but also potential within existing structures, inventive uses and new opportunities. The garden is zoned to give sensory range through site activators from […]

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Mr NICE

A HUT collaboration with Mr NICE to open the first UK cannabis & lifestyle boutique in Soho, London. The store is designed to encourage customers to engage with the health and well-being benefits of CBD oil, with products displayed on a natural and tactile palette of materials. Downstairs, neon lighting and a raw concrete aesthetic […]

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Mr NICE x Selfridges

Following the success of our collaboration on the UK’s first cannabis & lifestyle boutique in Soho, we were asked to devise an iconic approach for Mr NICE’s 2-month occupation of Selfridges’ Land Rover Defender, stationed in the menswear department. Taking lead from Mr NICE’s metallic packaging and Selfridges’ 2019 Christmas theme ‘Future Fantasy’, an ambitious […]

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The Dusty Knuckle Bakery

HUT pulled together a team of consultants on a pro-bono basis to realise this creative and rewarding project for social enterprise The Dusty Knuckle Bakery in Dalston, Hackney. Originally operating out of a 40ft shipping container, The Dusty Knuckle was founded by Max Tobias and Rebecca Oliver in 2014. They are an award-winning social enterprise […]

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Ten Health and Fitness

Boutique Pilates company ‘Ten Health & Fitness’ occupy the commercial space on the basement, ground & mezzanine floors of Print Works House. The Pilates studio fit out has an industrial materiality with novel highlights such as a full height green wall helping to promote wellness. Marking a distinct development of Ten’s brand identity the studio […]

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E3

“Imagine an exhibit with the smooth manner of James Bond, the rebellion of the Sex Pistols, and the mojo of Austin Powers. These legends of English style were the inspiration for the British Council and Department of Trade and Industry’s 2,500-square-foot pavilion at the 2003 Electronic Entertainment Expo – an exhibit that attracted, attendees with […]

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Sci-Fi

The SCI FI Pavilion by HÛT is a 3D representation of the SCI FI brand identity, creating a temporary exhibition structure that invited consumers to come in and interact with the channel. A modular construction of hanging fibres creates an internally illuminated translucent volume that users are able to pass through and engage with SCI […]

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Future Face

Undertaken in partnership with Studio Myerscough, HUT designed the architectural elements of the Future Face exhibition at the Science Museum Wellcome Gallery. The three main forms or ‘heads’ are clad in pink ripstop fabric – one for each of the main themes of the exhibition, the content of which revolves around what faces really tell […]

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