Wild & Wolf, a company that specializes in the creation of design-led gifts and lifestyle products for in-house brands, recently moved into a new office in Bath, England designed by workplace design firm Interaction.
“This week (Monday 8th), award winning design-led gift and lifestyle company Wild & Wolf took up residence in their newly-completed offices at 20 Manvers Street, in the historic city of Bath. Sharing a passion for innovation and creativity, Wild & Wolf turned to leading office design and build company ‘Interaction’ (also based in Bath) to create a unique space that would help to enhance their unique brand; and the team are thrilled with the result. “What they have created for us is a tailor-made workspace that will enhance the incredibly creative minds of our team” says Wild & Wolf’s CEO, Paul Taylor. Previously situated on Walcot Street, the Bath-born company have enjoyed global success over the past 12 years; with their products now sold in over 60 countries worldwide. 20 Manvers Street (formerly a 1970s office block) has been given a new lease of life. Situated just metres from Bath Spa Railway Station, the building welcomes fantastic panoramic views across Bath’s skyline. Wild & Wolf’s new home is also one of a handful of properties with photovoltaic panels within this UNESCO World Heritage Site: demonstrating an ethical approach to construction that’s designed to reduce the impact of the building on the environment. Paul Taylor continues, “We are thrilled with the relocation to Manvers Street and look forward to working in this bright, flexible and inspirational environment”. The building has six floors and Wild & Wolf will be based on three levels. Zoe Parr, one of the designers at Interaction who worked on the project, described how: “After analysing the workplace in-depth, the team at Interaction were able to create a one-of-a-kind space that truly caters for Wild & Wolf’s needs. We injected personality with unique design quirks and bespoke joinery, and the result is a space that will truly help Wild & Wolf to stand out”, says Interaction