Cambridgeshire design consultancy Villier Brothers has designed interiors for the new London base of digital film and TV effects group The Moving Picture Company.The 2323sqm building in Wardour Street, in London’s Soho, has been designed to enable ‘project group working for optimum creative flexibility and productivity’, according to Villier Brothers partner Harry Villiers. The offices feature seven digital editing and compositing rooms, two telecine suites, a fully-integrated 3D animation studio, a 75-seat screening room, a multimedia presentation theatre and a rostrum studio.
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