Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes is said to lie on ancient ley lines that extend out to Campbell Park, one of the city’s many green spaces. These echoes of the land’s historical past are the inspiration for much of MK’s architecture and it was important that Prosper reflected the garden city landscape in our design for intu, with biophilic design elements featuring throughout.
A strategic rebrand and a new interior concept gave this flagship store a blended retail and hospitality environment for people to browse, buy, relax and socialise.
The combination of contemporary finishes and historic detail gives the space a rich character. From a customer’s perspective, the seamless transition from the period building into the modern extension ensures a consistent brand experience.
The Lexicon Bracknell is a £240 million retail and leisure town centre transformation in Berkshire which was opened in September 2017 to provide a new retail experience and social space for East Berkshire. Prosper was at the forefront of The Lexicon project to set and create the high level of design standard warranted in a unique, state of the art retail development.
Nestled in one of Norwich’s 17 conservation areas, St. Peter’s House holds historical significance for many. Prosper was appointed lead architect to sensitively reimagine this former office building.
Due consideration was given to this largely pedestrianised area. This included a complete overhaul of the interior and modernisation of the exterior. The proposal successfully obtained planning approval.
Well known as the home for premium brands in the South West, Cribbs Causeway was the perfect venue for global Prosecco brand Scavi and Ray to launch an elegant Prosecco bar designed by Prosper. As the first venue of it’s kind for Scavi & Ray, reflecting their mantra that ‘only the best will do’ and serving to strengthen their presence as a premium brand was at the essence of the design.
In a district known for innovative fashion, art and technology, Shoreditch needed a retail platform that could keep pace. Adopting a short lease format gave the flexibility required to ensure an agile retail mix. Existing retailers were enhanced to fit the newly defined aesthetic and several units were retained as pure pop-up venues.