The Poppy Factory in Richmond-upon-Thames – an adaptive reuse project by Henley Halebrown focused on expanding and reconfiguring existing visitor facilities and improving access as well as the overall working environment for employees. The charity was established in 1922 to provide employment for veterans and raise funds for families affected by war. It occupies a group of buildings including a 1930s Art Deco 3-storey factory where poppies are still made as a symbol of Flanders Fields to mark the end of WWI hostilities on Remembrance Day.