Framestore has now moved into its new Holborn home after more than 30 years in Soho.

The move will bring the company’s 1,100 London-based staff together into one central hub, the 100,000 sq. ft. new headquarters, at 28 Chancery Lane.

CEO and Founder, Sir William Sargent, said: “Our move to Chancery Lane is a natural evolution of our business in response to changing client needs. We built our foundations in the worlds of TV, Film and Advertising, but in recent years our work has expanded into new industries such as VR and AR. We’re seeing our client base widening outside of the usual Soho boundaries, and at the same time are being asked to deliver increasingly advanced, multi-disciplined projects that require all facets of our creative and technological services. To keep up with this shift and continue building on our legacy of creative innovation, we need a central space in which our people can work more closely, really push the boundaries of imagination and produce stellar work. Our new Holborn home is absolutely the right place for us to continue our journey. The area has a real buzz about it and is the ideal environment for us to work in close collaboration with our clients, providing support and expertise at every stage of the creative process.”

The nine-floor, 100,000 sq. ft. office has been designed by a group of architects, interior designers and VFX specialists with “collaboration and technological excellence in mind.” Alongside large, open-plan spaces and break-out areas, the office has been equipped with the latest technology needed to “deliver increasingly specific and complex VFX briefs.”

Jon Creamer

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