Every office should be tailored to the type of environment and atmosphere that a business aspires to create for its people. It should allow them to thrive both personally and professionally, and equip the business with every opportunity to succeed.
A key part of this is when people come together, for both formal and spontaneous meetings. A workplace that inspires will apply creative design and cool, yet functional furniture solutions.
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Delivered in partnership with Sam Kopsch Studios, this served office space at Office Space in Town in Waterloo has a Lewis Carroll-inspired theme. Throughout the whole office space there are brilliant design touches that refer to the various Lewis Carroll novels. As well as meeting rooms inspired by Alice in Wonderland’s Cheshire Cat, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, the Queen of Hearts room is decorated with over-sized playing cards to deliver a unique and visually stunning space that exudes energy.
Friends of the Earth are dedicated to protecting the natural world and the wellbeing of everyone in it and applied this same ethos to the creation of their new workplace in Clapham. Having conducted extensive workplace consultancy with Friends of the Earth, we wanted to bring their people together in a more connected office space. The design ethos was driven by the concept of 'what if the earth was flat?', which resulted into a variety of geographical regions across their London office. Their new office design is split into rainforest spaces, covered in biophilic design, and the polar regions, where meetings and held inside an iceberg.
At Essence Digital, Peldon Rose created a truly creative office space that placed wellbeing at the forefront of design. A workplace packed with biophilia, it features a meditation room where living moss walls help to bring employees closer to nature in a refreshing, green space. The biophilic design creates a distinct environment for both private and shared working, with its calming atmosphere and writable walls that gives meetings a fresh and vibrant edge.
Innovative marketing agency Fetch required a workplace reflective of its vibrant personality. Located in Shoreditch’s Tea Building, meeting rooms are named after infamous biscuits. The office space is fitted with cool office furniture ideas including a table tennis table and astro-turf flooring. The brand’s colours and identity are interwoven throughout, with bright neon lighting and colour splashes across the space. The result is an office space that provides a window into the energetic, creative tone behind Fetch's ideas and campaigns, showing off their fun, fresh company culture.
The London office for online print and design company, MOO, is spread across 33,000 sq ft at 20 Farringdon Road. With 13 totally unique meeting rooms, inspired by typefaces, every meeting room design uses a visual representation of the font, bringing it to life. One of the most stylish meeting rooms, Courier, is inspired by vintage mid-century typewriter font and is filled with stunning period furniture. To complete the room’s finish, and in true 1960s, Mad Men fashion, there is even a whiskey cabinet inside.
Intrepid Travel have been taking travellers around the globe for over 30 years. Creating an environment that would instil the same sense of adventure to attract the most talented people, the office at Intrepid Travel is unique and original. Split across two floors featuring cool, trendy breakout and meeting spaces, bleacher seating and oversized beanbags provide a relaxed space for all the team. It’s the perfect space to conduct both company-wide catch ups and small internal meetings. The design is matched to the stripped-back look of the property, setting the right atmosphere for the laid back, fresh approach of the talented people at the company.
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