By developing an strategy of how to construct a social platform for unestablished artists, Hesselbrand designed the interior as well as the programme of the Soho Revue Gallery. Through planning and designing the fine arts gallery to be able to accommodate fashion shows, academic lectures, film screenings, as well as performances and events, the gallery provides an anchor point for the creative community of central London.

The new interior design included a new layout of walls, which are rendered as part of the structure of the building to give the space a sense of permanence. Three distinctly different spaces with unique light qualities and levels of public exposure were created, with a new concrete floor that binds the three spaces together.