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RADA
CASE STUDY

PROJECT

THE BRIEF

Founded in 1905, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) is a renowned drama school in London. RADA Business is a part of the main organisation, providing world-class training programmes and coaching for organisations.

RADA Business decided that a 4,000 square foot building in Scala Street, London would be their new home and required a fit-out and refurbishment with quality products and finishes selected for the long term. 

As part of the brief we designed and built Coaching Rooms with very high acoustic ratings, allowing maximum privacy for the RADA team to engage in their coaching activities.

In the back-office areas we crafted bespoke birch plywood joinery for storage needs, and tea-points to match.

Trilux and Anglepoise lighting, new data infrastructure and air-conditioning provided all essential services for the office fit-out.

The top floor was designed for multiple use – entertaining, flexible working and collaboration space. Engineered timber floors, bespoke notice boards and hand made joinery were all delivered to the high standards required.

New office furniture was installed to this London project, from Kinnarps, Aalto, Frovi, Ocee and Hay amongst others, with the entire refurbishment lasting 7 weeks.

Working in partnership with GVA Acuity and Allies & Morrison Architects allowed for a high level of detail and seamless project delivery.  

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Interior Lab were responsible for stripping and re-fitting the new MA offices and we are thrilled with the results. Great care was taken to ensure the new space was on brand and sensitive to the long-standing reputation of the MA. As well as finishing the project to a superb standard, Interior Lab made sure we were able to start working in the new offices on time.

Magistrates Association

Everyone at Interior Lab were incredibly professional and friendly; always going above and beyond dealing with queries and issues as they arose. The MA are glad to recommend Interior Lab to anyone.

Magistrates Association