NOTES: This office was designed by Gaby Schreiber & Associates for Sir Stephen Luke, Senior Crown Agent. The colour scheme is white, tangerine, brown and beige. The walls are painted white, the carpet is gold, the curtains tangerine and the visitors' chairs brown or tangerine wool with polished steel frames. On the far left is Sir Stephen Luke's Georgian desk.
NOTES: The office was designed by Gaby Schreiber & Associates for Mr. E. A. Morris, Assistant Crown Agent. The colour scheme is white, turquoise, blue and green. The walls and ceiling are white, the carpet gold and turquoise blue curtains. The sofa and visitor chairs are upholstered in blue and green plain or striped wool with polished steel frames and the desk seen in the foreground is rosewood.
NOTES: 14 Greek Street, originally a late 17th century house became one of the earliest London working men's clubs in 1864, when the St James and Soho Club moved in. The pediment and pilasters on the front elevation date from c. 1919. In 1987 the building was converted into a graphic design and animation studio by Eric Parry Architects and the project was featured as part of an exhibition that year on four London architectural practices.