The Alchemy Architecture project is a collaboration between The Alchemist Group and London-based architecture studio VLK Architects.
The project is an ambitious attempt to redesign a massive office building in central London.
The Alchemy project aims to turn a five-storey building into a “living, breathing museum” by turning it into a living laboratory for the architects.
It will include a massive space that can be accessed by public transportation, as well as offices for staff, vendors and volunteers.
It is a project that has been around for more than a decade and has seen its fair share of delays and setbacks, but it appears the Alchemy team has finally come to the end of their troubles.
The Alchemy Group was founded in 2005 and is currently led by David L. Goldsmith, who is also the managing director of The Alchemist.
The group has been active in London for many years, and recently announced it would move to the UK from New York.
In 2016, it was also announced it was planning to open a store in the city.
The Alchemist was recently announced as a winner of the $1.6 million in funding awarded by the National Science Foundation.
“We are very excited to be opening a new store in London,” Goldsmith told Design Boom in a statement.
“This is the right time to join forces with the Alchemy Group to create an incredible office space that will provide us with the best opportunities to bring the best work and the most innovative ideas to the world.”
The Alchemy project is currently in the planning stage and is expected to open in the spring of 2019.