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Tishman Speyer

London, United Kingdom

This international real estate company sought a bold change to an open plan in its new London offices, but was concerned about issues of noise and personal dynamics. The increased collaboration fostered by the new space alleviates these concerns with acoustic interference minimized by a zigzagging workstation plan. The workplace’s few closed offices are situated at the floor’s interior, allowing natural light to infuse the workstations. Numerous meeting/briefing rooms and quiet rooms are available for impromptu use by all staff; and a gallery-like reception area easily transforms to accommodate business events.