Founded in 1994, Millennium Global Investments are an independent institutional asset manager specialising in currency investment management for institutional clients globally. They wanted to stay near St James’ Square and move into a fresher, more modern space. Their 6,500 sq. ft. office in the prestigious Cleveland House at 33 Kings Street, is a functional design that gives a balance of open plan space for trader requirements and executive offices and meeting rooms for more privacy.
As you enter the office, it was essential to create a strong first impression and the front of house space demonstrates the established and prestigious nature of Millennium Global. The quality finish of the front of house area sets a professional atmosphere, an impact factor for their high net worth clientele. The core meeting areas and a dedicated client tea point outside two of the main meeting rooms displays the importance of Millennium Global’s commitment to a high-level, client-focused experience in their office.
These core meeting spaces are divided by a folding wall which gives added flexibility to the rooms, enabling larger meetings to be held on site, maximising the use of the space. Subtle similarities are incorporated throughout the space to align with the company branding. For example, the round boardroom table has been fitted to replicate the globe logo and to offer a less traditional environment to promote those collaborative moments.
In the kitchen and breakout space we designed a calming space, lit by a vibrant blue Barrisol stretched ceiling feature. This ceiling feature replicates natural light and breaks up the space, giving it a fresher atmosphere. High-backed sofas transform the breakout space into an environment totally different from the trading floor; somewhere to break away from their desks and recharge in a relaxing setting. We took their attachment to their existing artwork into consideration and ensured we created enough space for their stunning art to line the walls of the office and uplift the workplace.
To encourage greater visual communication and connectivity throughout the business, the executive offices allow for greater visibility across the trading floors. Glass fins have been installed in the partitions to maximise the flow of natural light and improve the connection between the executive offices.
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