ForgeRock, a software company that connects customer identities securely on any device, recently opened a new office in Bristol, England, designed by interior design firm Interaction.

“With offices already in Queen Square Bristol, identity and access management firm ForgeRock moved their ever-growing engineering team and expanded into Broad Quay House. Workplace design and build specialist, Interaction, created a space that reflects their culture with a strong focus on the end user. The space encourages collaboration, reinforces a sense of togetherness and supports wellbeing. The use of assorted textures and splashes of colour in line with ForgeRock’s brand, formulated a clean and modern design. The open and bright design illustrated the spaciousness of the office. The project took 6 weeks to fit out, with the carpets, furniture, joinery, tea point, showers and glazed partitions all being completed – snag free. ForgeRock are delighted with the result, the playful workspace has a distinctive personality and identity that reflects their brand and allows their team to work effectively. With an emphasis on sociability and openness, their new office is spacious with a large tea point being a central feature that could be used as a hub for social events and for employees to wind down, and we’ve heard that the beer tap has had some good use”, says Interaction

Location: Bristol, England
Date completed: 2016
Size: 6,500 square feet
Design: Interaction

Meeting room

Breakout space

Breakout space

Cafe

Workspace

Workspace

Breakout space

Bathroom

Code wall