Penson has developed the new interior of the One Queen Caroline Street building in London for property developers Landid and Brockton Capital. The rationale of the project was to explore the idea of a blank canvas and flexible workspace that allowed more personalisation for tenants.
A clean office environment is a well-organised and efficient machine. This is why the canvas of this office is clean, crisp, bright and airy making it a great neutral background for any brand to slot into. The goal was to create a bare shell to allow any potential tenants to develop for themselves any workspace strategy or look and feel.
With the latest items of HOTCAKEs project tables, drive pods and other freestanding furniture items brimming with functionality, the workspace truly works around people rather than people having to work around it. Well lit and airy internal spaces express a sense of modernism and openness and you cannot help but feel that a healthy balance between non-corporate attitude and a level of cool professionalism has been maintained.
The most spectacular feature is a landscaped 6th floor terrace with its lovely evergreen planting and summery English lavender. When you’re up on the terrace you escape the hustle and bustle of Hammermsith round about – one of London’s most connected transport hubs with 4 underground lines and 17 bus routes.
Photography: Andy Stagg Photography