RLJ Entertainment is a London-based premium digital channel company which have rapidly grown through development, acquisition, and distribution of its exclusive rights to a large library of international and British film content. Their office relocation to Strand Bridge House was driven by their decision to downsize their office space to create a new working environment that was more suitable to their requirements.
One of the main goals for this office design was to give RLJ Entertainment a space which they would be proud of and energise their brand to make the office space instantly recognisable as their own. They wanted a modern media look and feel in the space, and with a shift in their business model they wanted the office to be a smart, fresh space for clients and visitors.
The project team understood the vision for the office relocation and what it would represent to RLJ Entertainment. We led a consultative process which allowed us to work closely on the project to ensure we were always working towards the same goal. As well as leading proactive initiatives to help RLJ to maximise their budget, our design team helped guide them through the process so that they were always aware of the options available to them.
We wanted to use the space to showcase the friendly, energetic culture of RLJ Entertainment and by removing the barrier of a formal reception space, you are welcomed into the middle of their office.
As you enter the space, you are greeted by a New York loft-inspired reception area and tea point which forms the central point in the office. This was an important feature for the new office as RLJ wanted to keep an open communal space which would allow staff to socialise and step away from their desks.
Throughout the design process we retained a collaborative approach and made sure we maximised the space and the budget on the project. One of the key parts of this office relocation was to see how we could make the most of the existing furniture and introduce some of the key pieces into the final design so that RLJ didn’t have to buy new furniture.
As well as using their existing boardroom table and other furniture, storage was also reused to form central parts of the design. Instead of replacing the storage cabinets, they were refurbished to fit the new colour scheme which was a smarter solution than just buying new.
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