Janet Nash House is the new European IT headquarters for global electrical business City Electrical Factors (CEF). The building is a fully bespoke workplace solution tailored to the needs of the firm, allowing their employees to communicate more efficiently in an environment that promotes collaboration and well-being.
The building materials are a physical expression of the layering of components found within the client’s core product – the electrical cable. This design cue allows the building to become a visual celebration of CEF’s company ethos and rich industrial heritage.
This scheme has won a RIBA North East Award, RIBA North East Client of the Year and RIBA North East Building of the Year 2019.
This event is part of our Great British Buildings series of talks and tours around the country for 2019.