FluidOne Office by Interaction, London – UK

April 15th, 2017 by retail design blog

Interaction has designed the new offices of IT company FluidOne, located in London, England. IT company FluidOne, after going through a significant rebrand and coming to the end of their lease, needed a new place to call home. Their new workplace was found, the 8th floor of the newly refurbished ‘More London’ building, on the South Bank of the River Thames. Interaction were appointed to conceive and deliver a full design and fit-out, to take the opportunity to create an extemporary workplace that reflects their new corporate identity and cultural values.

One of the highlights of the workplace is the large breakout area, distinguished by the artificial grass, which also features a ping pong table, games consoles, beanbags, golf putting machine and a fully functional bar. The perfect place for staff to come together, have a drink and unwind on a Friday afternoon, aligning with their social and collective culture.

After just 6 weeks onsite, the result is a fresh, rejuvenation that demonstrates FluidOne’s success and provides employees with a playful and functional space to make a difference to the representation of their identity and business aspirations. The new and improved working environment also ensures the IT company attracts and retains the best talent that their industry has to offer.

Design: Interaction
Photography: Rebecca Faith Photography

https://officesnapshots.com/2017/04/07/fluidone-offices-london/

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