One of the UK's major insurance companies recently partnered with Boss Design to create an agile workspace for employees at their head office, based in the Midlands.
The 'Hub' is flooded with natural light from the floor to ceiling glass atrium, looking out on to the outdoor seating area for employees. The intention of the project was to bring the 'outside in', using earth-toned upholstery complemented by natural timber finishes, alongside indoor plants and outdoor themed wall art. The 'Hub' provides a completely different ambiance to the main office area, supporting the company's ongoing wellbeing provision for its staff.
Various Myriad models were pieced together to create an impressive zone of five collaborative meeting spaces, each containing power and data arms, ideal for incorporating technology into informal chats or allowing for charging to take place during a break period. The Myriad configurations support the work anywhere philosophy and provide a space where people want to be.
A Metro coffee table was selected to create a 'softer' lounge environment for one to one or team get togethers.
For individual focused work, Snug work booths were chosen. Providing a private self-contained workspace ideal for IT equipment, Snug has acoustic properties, helping to zone out surrounding noise. As the Snugs will be used by a variety of people, Trinetic task chairs were the perfect choice to accompany them. Trinetic suits multiple users without the need for manual user adjustments each time.
In the light and airy Atrium space, Agent high tables and stools in an Oak finish were placed next to a wall mounted TV screen, providing the perfect spot to go through work requiring AV support. As well, several Entente booths were selected proving an ideal getaway space for one to one or more focused meetings.
Several pieces of the Kruze and Agent collections grace the various private meeting rooms alongside the 'Hub'. Each chair is upholstered in different shades of green, continuing the biophilic feel into the more intimate meeting spaces.