Non-profit organisation Tech UK had a specific goal when they decided to update their London office. They wanted to convert their existing traditional desk area into an open-plan space to encourage collaboration and create a more dynamic work environment. The aim was to match the design of their members’ only coworking area, which prioritises flexibility. By breaking up the existing office area into an open-plan space, Tech UK hoped to create a more collaborative and innovative environment for its employees.
This project’s core value was creating a workspace catered to Tech UK employees’ diverse needs. The design offers a variety of working spaces, including a multifunctional teapoint, which provides a relaxed space for informal meetings. Our design team took a strategic approach to space planning, creating an environment that would accommodate neurodivergent individuals. The new and improved layout provides individuals with various workspaces that cater to their distinct working styles, enabling those using the space to have control over how they choose to work.
The teapoint was opened to increase the amount of natural light entering the workspace, creating an inviting atmosphere. Old wooden desks were replaced with white desks to achieve a cleaner and more modern look, whilst pops of colour were added to recognise Tech UK’s brand identity. These adjustments helped to enhance the aesthetic appeal of the workspace and provide a more organised and professional environment for individuals to thrive within.