The major refurbishment of all the common parts has wholly rejuvenated Redcliff Quay and has successfully fulfilled the brief as a number of the previously empty spaces have now been filled and with increased interest in the remaining spaces.
Wylde worked with the client from the initial briefing stage through continued design development including a range of visualisations, with ongoing meetings though the implementation stage until the final product was realised. Early stages saw the design developing from artist impression visuals and vignettes of small elements through to a final CGI.
Due to the context of the project and the need to be able to market the building and show potential new tenets the proposed plans, Wylde worked with a local CGI specialist to create a Computer Generated Image of the space which could fully demonstrate the final design to others.
The best part of projects like Redcliff Quay is when as a designer, you return and you can genuinely see and feel the change in the building, and when users themselves express how much they use and enjoy the space.