The Parkrose Washroom team at Soho Place recently provided their services at The Soup Kitchen, a local charity that provides free food and clothing to hundreds of homeless people in London. In conjunction with Derwent, Laing O’ Rourke and AHMM architects, the team undertook the design & internal fit-out of a new Mental Health Consultancy room.
Founded in 1986, The Soup Kitchen is a registered charity located at the American Church on Tottenham Court Road. Serving over 100 guests a day, the kitchen offers hot meals and a friendly environment, aspiring to be a stepping stone to healthier living for those that visit. Ultimately, The Soup Kitchen provides a sense of ‘home’ to the homeless on the streets of London, providing a safe, warm place to connect and be cared for in an otherwise harsh environment.
Rebecca Nixon, Architect at AHMM, commented upon completion of the project ‘’I wanted to say a special thank you for completing the interior works for the Soup Kitchen Mental Health Office. We went to visit the finished project this week and the high quality finish of the interiors is fantastic.’’ We are very proud of our people and the Business would like to thank Rob Nimmo, Dalius Krapas and Jon Goodwin for their commitment and efforts in completing this project in addition to their day jobs – a huge well done to you all!