A Tour of Voxpro’s Cool New Dublin Office
Voxpro powered by TELUS International is a technology company that provides multilingual customer experience and technical support solutions. Recently, Voxpro hired architecture & interior design firm Geraldine Coughlan Architects to design their new offices in Dublin, Ireland.
“Voxpro occupies a unique position in its industry and the brief was to reflect that through the design of a unique workplace. For its Dublin location, the company wanted a space that clearly responds to the technology brands with whom it works in partnership, while also feeling uniquely ‘Voxpro’. The offices juxtapose the natural with the technological, clashing the organic and artificial in an exciting and vibrant manner to encourage vitality in the workplace. The floor plan radiates around a central point, interlacing workstations, collaboration spaces, teleconferencing rooms, amphitheatre and amenities in a functional flow-path for the workday. Strong organic elements such as vegetation and animal patterns are woven throughout work and collaboration spaces to evoke feelings of growth & development. Client-centric areas like meeting rooms, product displays, and reception reflect the clean structured appeal of earthy tones and sky blue illumination of Voxpro’s partners. Further spaces cleverly combine luxury and industry. Exposed steel pipework and glass walls that reveal expansive views of Dublin’s historic Port, are juxtaposed with locally-commissioned murals, bespoke colourful furniture, and rich fabrics. Meeting rooms and collaboration spaces look out on to mature patio gardens, with the intention of encouraging creativity and inspiration. The overall result is a highly unique, cutting-edge workplace – a space that fosters deep successful collaboration between Voxpro and its partners, and where teammates can do their very best work,” said Geraldine Coughlan Architects
- Location: Silicon Docks – Dublin, Ireland
- Date completed: 2018
- Size: 10,000 square feet
- Design: Geraldine Coughlan Architects
- Photos: Ros Kavanagh