Moonpig office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

May 25th, 2016 by retail design blog

Moonpig.com was launched in 2000 by Nick Jenkins and joined the PhotoBox family in July 2011 following a landmark acquisition. Moonpig was one of the first online greeting card businesses of its kind and has pioneered the industry by focusing on personalisation of (mostly) single cards. Now it’s the leading online personalised card and gift company in the UK. With over 3.6 million active customers in the UK, Australia and USA.

The brief was to create a brand focused design whilst connecting new and old spaces. We did this by opening up a main wall and making a feature of the existing structural steel work. As Moonpig supply fun and unique gifts across the globe, it was vital that their work space reflected their creative flare and supported the nature of their business. The overall design was unique and playful with a coloured Teapoint, feature wallpaper within the meeting booths and a ping pong room on the 1st floor for employee down time and interaction. They needed a photography studio area for product marketing, a Comms room with a full fire suppression system and a refurb on the 1st floor whilst it was still in use to upgrade all of the power and data.

Features include: New interconnecting staircase, reclaimed scaffolding bookcase to display products, colourful re-used door style to meeting rooms and teapoints, feature visual aspect to comms room, complicated in-situ refurbishment, exposed services and exposed structural steelwork

Designed by ThirdWay Interiors

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