MYCO Interiors announce new project award at Sunlight House, Manchester


MYCO Interiors are thrilled to announce a new project at Sunlight House, a renowned building in the heart of Manchester.

Originally built in 1932 as Manchester’s first skyscraper, this iconic structure will be transformed through a meticulous refurbishment of over 165,000 sq/ft blending modernity with practicality. Dedication to sustainability is highlighted by the installation of MEP & HVAC systems designed to achieve an impressive 4-star Nabers and BREEAM excellence.

The ground floor will feature a new reception and café, enhancing the communal spaces, while new entrance staircases will create an inviting outdoor area within the atrium. Additionally, the project includes the installation of new structural risers and plant decks on this Grade II listed building, preserving its historical charm while meeting contemporary architectural standards.

We are pleased to collaborate with Project Managers FACTION, Quantity Surveyors Quantem, Architect Anomaly and Structural Engineers Eckersley O’Callaghan.

Stay tuned for more updates as we embark on this exciting journey!