Corgan London Office
A shared passion for design
Our London Studio, situated in the historic South Bank -- a center of design excellence -- establishes Corgan as a global powerhouse of design. A reflection of Corgan’s reputation as a leader in design, our continued expansion, and regional offices better serve our international clients including those in the UK and EAME markets.
As a hub to connect an exceptional and diverse team of talent from around the world, our London Studio embodies our strengths for agility and engagement, supports our collaborative and client-focused culture, and inspires the passion and creativity we’ve cultivated over eight and a half decades of architecture and design.
Embracing the past
Bespoke elements connect to place and tell the story of our deep architectural roots in aviation, technology, and interior design. Throughout the space, timeline graphics mark our firm’s milestones while large-scale sketch plans articulate the creative design process, creating an immersive experience expressing our company culture. Abundant natural light spills into the airy space through large windows overlooking the pedestrian neighborhood – creating a sense of connection to the vibrant cultural arts district.
Materiality choices mix modern industrial with traditional European design. The open workspace zone inspires creativity and technical design work with clean lines and exposed roof elements, sit-to-stand workstations with dual monitors, and space-age see-through privacy pods. The space transitions to more intimate areas in jewel tones, warm woods, and leather, displaying books and framed art as accents. A library provides a worktable and storage for small group projects while glass-fronted conference and meeting rooms support client meetings and collaborative work. A hospitality work café and bar links the spaces and invites connection throughout the day and social gatherings after hours.
The space bridges diverse cultures through a shared passion for thoughtful architecture and design—honoring the past and powering the future of design.