LCR

London

Sector

Property

Size

6,000 sq ft

Features

  • Open plan working
  • Meeting rooms
  • Teapoint
  • Breakout area
  • Co-working hub

The challenge

After meeting with their team for the first time, we chatted and listened to their challenges as a business, Moving from a small, dated space, with little room or access to collaborative areas with no teapoint areato buzzy Leicester Square, their space needed to make them feel like more of a team. we knew our biggest challenge was going to be exceeding their expectations and creating spaces that they could use collaboratively and would encourage people to migrate out of their teams.   

The solution

As urban designers themselves, their expectations were high. It had to look sleek, slick and be an extension of who they are, The solution? We created a large communal teapoint with soft seating and plenty of flexible, collaborative working areas for their team, to encourage them to work together in different ways.   

  • team-focused teapoint with soft seating and nearby meeting room
    A team focused teapoint
    Soft seating and a standout teapoint for those all-important coffee catch ups
  • Communal co-working hub with drawer storage
    Get communal
    A central co-working catch up hub
  • Collaborative space with team photo wall
    Get into the zone
    Every kind of collaboration situation sorted

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