eXPD8 office by Interaction, Bristol – UK

July 20th, 2017 by retail design blog

After 14 years in a cramped, restrictive office space, it was time for the expanding Field Marketing Agency eXPD8 to move. 1 Brunswick Square, in the heart of Bristol was the perfect shell to design around, providing first-rate amenities within the floor plate. After only 5 weeks on site, the result is a delighted client and a working environment that allows their team to move towards smarter working practices, to ultimately improve their output.

eXPD8 recognised the importance of providing a happy and healthy working environment, to nurture an efficient and productive workforce. Therefore an important aspect of the brief, was to create an environment that encourages a healthy lifestyle, and reflects the services they provide for their clients.

The design that Interaction conceived was in conjunction with the CAT A space, that provided the ideal backdrop to create and deliver the interior to suit eXPD8’s needs. The result is a stripped back, ‘raw’ design with exposed ceilings and electrical works, that compliment the building and create an industrial and transparent look.

This exciting project in the heart of Bristol, is a fantastic illustration of the benefits of investing in wellbeing and culture in your workplace. The result is an absolutely delighted client, that has seen a discernible positive impact on the business as a consequence of the move. This is definitely something eXPD8 can cELEBR8!

Design: Interaction
Photography: Rebecca Faith Photography

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