Squire and Partners
Key projects cover a range of sectors, varying from small bespoke fitouts to large-scale urban masterplans:
Office projects include headquarters for the British fashion brand Reiss and Britain's largest public trade union UNISON HQ, prominent Central London developments at 5 Hanover Square, and 11 Baker Street, and bespoke interiors at the Stratton Street offices in Mayfair, London.
Squire and Partners has designed many of London's "prime presidential" developments  including Chelsea Barracks, One Tower Bridge, Clarges Mayfair, Ebury Square, Netherhall Gardens and The Knightsbridge Apartments.
Other projects include an education centre for the British Council in Nairobi  where the Visual Arts Department commissioned a site specific work for the new building from artist David Tremlett  and Howick Place, an arts based hub of apartments and studios for designer tenants including Tom Ford, Marc Newson and a gallery for Phillips de Pury.
Squire and Partners also have their own property and business portfolio, including Urban Golf, which operates three indoor golf venues with golf simulators in Central London, a bar and restaurant at 06 St. Chads Place, mixed-use developments at Northdown Street and Clapham Park Road, The Rockwell Hotel, a house and apartment development on Liverpool Road, and the practice’s own offices at 77 Wicklow Street.
- 22 Marsh Wall (aka The Landmark), Canary Wharf, London
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- Books about the architectural work used for the Council building
- "MAKING A POINT". britishcouncil.org. 2005. Archived from the original on 24 February 2012. Retrieved 28 October 2012.
- Spittles, David (5 May 2009). "Howick Place brings glamour to SW1". Homes & Property. Retrieved 20 November 2012.