Worldstores office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

July 18th, 2016 by retail design blog

Established in 2008, World Stores is the UK’s largest online retailer of products for the home and garden. The client wanted the space to have an industrial look, with a modern twist and splash of bold colours.

The open plan area needed to accommodate 210 desks with expansion space and hot desking areas. Agile working and flexible spaces were a key aspect to consider throughout the design. To ensure the space encouraged collaborative working, a wide range of flexible spaces were installed, including two meeting rooms, a 12 person boardroom, four meeting booths, a large tea point with a breakout area, soft seating hub, a separate office accommodating 3 people, a comms room and an IT store room. The design itself is refined and sophisticated with brand colours throughout.

Features Include: Custom made booths, large breakout kitchen space, collaboration areas, quirky furniture from clients in-house brand.

Designed by ThirdWay Interiors





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