A long staircase in a building. People working in an office. A man and woman sitting at a table in a restaurant. A person standing in a doorway. A room with a table and chairs. A couple of men sitting at a table with a laptop. A room with tables and chairs. People in a library.
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No. 6 — Gensler London

London, United Kingdom

Conceptualizing and designing Gensler’s permanent home at No. 6 in Moretown provided an unparalleled opportunity to not only reimagine and redesign an entire office building and a unique workspace, but to transform our own processes and work modes in order to challenge ourselves to evolve in a way that is relevant to our business and workplace clients, now and in the future. Gensler’s London team required a modern workspace that would act as a creative platform, enabling everyone within the space to feel empowered while also allowing us to evolve the way we work. Gensler’s architecture and interior teams worked seamlessly to create an office design scheme inspired by locality and contextual history. This is best illustrated through the selection of building materials throughout the space – a mix of timber, brick, and exposed steel. Gensler’s move to Moretown has catalysed the transformation and repositioning of this property, and through delicate placemaking and design-led refurbishments, it will continue to transform over the coming years.