Soho-based VFX house is to extend its visual effects and grading facilities in response to a growth in demand.
VFX, animation and colour grading studio Coffee & TV is doubling the size of its Soho office, taking over a second 2,000 sq ft floor at 71 Broadwick Street.
The space will house two new Flame suites, two more VFX suites and a new grading suite, alongside eight additional seats of CGI and motion graphics.
The expansion of its facilities is in response to what the company says is “significant year-on-year growth”. Its client base includes Sky Creative, ITV, Mother London and adam&eveDDB.
Coffee & TV CEO Derek Moore, said: “Since opening in Broadwick Street nearly three years ago, we have more than doubled our team and our client portfolio. As more businesses than ever look to create bespoke, quality visuals for an ever-increasing number of platforms, demand for the highest quality content has exploded. This expansion shows we are committed to staying in Soho. It remains a source of inspiration to me and the team and we love everything that the neighbourhood has to offer.”