Interactive Space has provided space planning, design and project management services to European financial firm Accuracy. The international financial consultancy is based at 6 Bevis Marks, London, EC3, but has offices in a total of ten countries. Established in 2004, the firm has a history of collaboration with Interactive Space, a professional services company specialising in corporate design.
The Client’s brief was to create a more dynamic work environment within a tight deadline. Additionally, Accuracy wanted to move towards a more progressive and flexible setup that would integrate the latest technologies and support its project-based work structure.
The designers were briefed to create the best possible value whilst maintaining the highest quality standards. To fulfill these requirements, Interactive Space prioritised work on areas that would create the biggest impact, such as special rest areas, niches and touchdown spaces for staff to move more freely and socialise. The new design also included a large cafe-style break space that reflected the company’s international ethos, but with a local twist as demonstrated by a refrigerator with a British flag design. Studio Ayaskan delivered customised ‘Flow’ feature artwork in the open plan area.
The client was involved throughout the process from initial brief to final fit out. Interactive Space worked closely with the contractor, facilities managers and other stakeholders to anticipate potential hurdles and eliminate them, so that the project was accomplished within the budget and deadline. They coordinated with the client team members abroad to ensure the IT was completely integrated. All fixtures, fittings, furniture and artwork represented excellent value whilst adhering to the highest quality. The final result is a modern and vibrant work environment that promotes a positive office culture, attracting top talent and increasing productivity. See here: interactivespace.net/cas...
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