The Curve – Queen Mary University
Following a recommendation, Logic were appointed initially just to assist with a kitchen refurbishment which soon led onto exploring further options to add value by ‘spending to save.’
Working with the constraints of the existing building Logic designed a new curved counter to sweep between the existing columns creating dedicated and independent food ‘zones’ with independent points of sale. By removing the need for students to queue at a conventional servery and a single point of sale, the kitchen refectory can offer increased cuisine choice, improved and quality and a faster service which in turn enabled the university to accommodate more students.
Logic assisted in preparing a business plan that demonstrated a Return on Investment of just 2 years.
Project Date: 20190208
Boho Village, Middlehaven
Appointed by new developers Bright Ideas and Middlesbrough Development Company, Logic designed a range of of new houses and apartments overlooking the previously regenerated Middlehaven Park in the shadow of the infamous Transporter bridge.view project
Northern Studios, Hartlepool
Appointed by the Northern School of Art & Design Logic have repurposed the towns former bus depot and maintenance workshop to create new teaching spaces and one of the largest film studio spaces in the North of Englandview project
Cromwell terrace, South Bank supported housing
Working in partnership with registered provider RCVDA and the modular contractor One Ninety, Logic designed a second building in a series of supported living complex’s.view project