Literacy Capital

11 Regent Street, SW1Y

Sector

Finance/Charity

Size

4,000 sq ft

Features

  • Soundproof meeting rooms
  • Private meeting rooms
  • Booths
  • Teapoint
  • Breakout area
  • Central co-working hub

The challenge

Moving from a co-working space to their first London HQ on Regent’s Street, we were set with the challenge to design a future-proofed space that would suit the brand and values of both Literacy Capital and Bookmark, the charity housed within the same building.

The solution

We designed the space so that the two companies could sit alongside and work in complete unison. Colour palettes were incorporated to suit both companies and a variety of work zones were implemented to reflect the nature and needs of the charity and financial firm housed inside.

  • Breakout area in office space.
    Casual soft seating
    Pops of complementary colours were incorporated throughout the furniture choices
  • Meeting room in office space.
    Crisp, clean lines
    Clean lines with feature lighting fixtures create different focal points in the room
  • Seating Area in office space.
    Meeting rooms and collaboration zones
    Utilising the great natural light from the windows for the meeting rooms

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