MPC Award Maris Another Major Office Refurbishment
Maris Interiors have continued to demonstrate their enviable track record in post production houses by securing their second major office design and refurbishment project for MPC (The Moving Picture Company) in their London facilities in Wardour Street.
The works involve the design and complete office refurbishment of three floors in 141 Wardour Street to provide over 160 production seats, together with two screening rooms, meeting rooms and breakout facilities. Also included is the refurbishment of the 6th floor in the same building, previously designed and fitted out by Maris for MPC’s parent company Technicolor.
MPC leads the world in post production and visual effects for the Feature Film, Advertising, Digital and Television industries. Their work has recently been recognised by BAFTA and the Oscars with nominations for their work on the latest Harry Potter film, the deathly hallows part 2.
In advertising the latest Cadbury’s creation ‘spots v stripes’ has also won many industry awards.
This is the second office design and fit-out project with MPC having previously refurbished 3 floors in 119 Wardour Street. This new project will be made more complicated with the addition of a physical link at 1st floor level between the buildings.
The workplace design is carefully put together given the special work done by the visual effects artists with daylight, glare and colour very carefully controlled. The screening rooms have facilities for full cinema projection as well as tiered comfortable seating.
Maris’ Project Director commented, “It’s truly inspirational working with the team at MPC. This business is at the cutting edge of visual effects and to be chosen once again above the competition shows the faith they have in what we do and the standards we maintain. They are part of an amazing British Film Industry producing the Harry Potter and Narnia franchise’s and it’s amazing to be playing a small but important part in its success”.
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