The idea behind the new design was to create a workplace in which people enjoyed spending time and felt comfortable. High ceilings and natural light combined with frame-less window glazing blur the line between inside and out. An open-plan layout forms a space free from hierarchy, allowing for uninterrupted views across London skyline.
Large planters and living walls bring vibrance and a burst of colour to the space, while the use of natural materials and earthy tones throughout offer a neutral base. Bespoke joinery marries together the collective features of the office, helping to form a cohesive design.
Several Fritz Hansen products were handpicked for the office. Amongst others, the Pluralis™ tables were chosen for the workspace desks. These desks in oak match the timber finish of the kitchen cladding, creating one of many visual links that helped to form a harmonious space.
Classic and functional seating, namely the Oxford™ chair and Little Giraffe™ chair, were chosen for the central collaborative zone to create a welcoming atmosphere. Designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1965, the Oxford™ chair features a high back and smooth, curved form – crafted to invoke a sense of space and privacy. Today, this ground-breaking illustration of design is considered Arne Jacobsen’s most outstanding work.
Elsewhere, the Lune™ Sofa, the Fri™ Lounge, and the Super Elliptical™ and Join™ Tables are all featured, as well as the AQ01™ Desk Lamp and Kaiser Idell™ pendant lamp.