The design focused upon a clean and fresh aesthetic, which aided the flowing and open feel that was created to allow staff to work effectively and collaborate easily.
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Interaction explored the needs of the individuals and created a multitude of flexible work settings to enable people to work the way they want. This included creating spaces such as the ice cave, ski lodge, and ‘high-tech’ room which can all be used to have informal meetings, socialise, or simply relax.
Key to the fit out scheme was the creation of a cosy yet professional atmosphere that would feel welcoming to both staff and clients. This was achieved through the use of bright, warm colours in the decorative finishes, and the careful use of furniture and partitions to shape snug breakout spaces. More formal meeting rooms were also given a fun and colourful edge.
The idea behind the project was to give it a semi-informal design studio feel which allows for more discussion and interaction, yet have a corporate touch to it (since it is in an already existing campus). Hence, a lot of space is devoted to people and team interaction like a TV lounge, pantry, dining, discussion and other open spaces.
The team wanted to keep the space fairly clean and simple with a limited colour palette. The first idea was to have the ‘Closed loop’, which is such an important part of the H&M Conscious campaign, vinyled onto the floor so visitors could follow this path to navigate through the space. The Shop-Fit was kept minimal with lots of white and a touch of plywood.