Movember Foundation, a global charity organisation committed to changing the face of men’s health, recently reached out to office fit-out firm CCWS Interiors, to design their new offices in London, England.
“We created a very personal, yet agile flexible coworking space for the teams and campaigns. A difficult mix to achieve, but it works perfectly here. It’s brimming with character and on point with the brand too, mixing reclaimed upcycled and new furniture with stripped back original warehouse features exposed on each floor. Hanging plants and natural light flood each of the floors too, making it a clean-air health-focused and light-filled place to work in. Reception area? Pah! The breakout floor is the new ‘meet and greet’ space, for welcoming staff, visitors from other offices and external guests alike. The social kitchen-bar area is the beating heart of the space, with bar stools and café style seating and tables, for breaking out and enjoying different styles of working throughout the day. This flexible area is packed with AV options for large gatherings and global office-to-office video conferencing. On the same floor, there are reclaimed booth seating spaces tucked away, with wireless docking points and impromptu private meeting and workspaces concealed behind sliding reclaimed barn doors. On the upper work floors, under desk storage was dumped in favour of personal lockers, built to allow hot-boxes with laptops and work files to maximise agile working and clean-desk working. traditional ‘desks’ were dumped too, in favour of breakout areas mixed up with sit and stand-only benches packed with wireless charging points and technology, making a seriously agile workspace for private and open collaborative tasks”, said CCWS Interiors