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A vibrant communal hub for Bristol’s newest office space.

Assembly C is the second building in the newest office development in Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. Alongside property developers Axa IM Alts and Bell Hammer, Interaction were commissioned to design and fit-out the Clubroom, a communal breakout area and event space for the tenants of Assembly C.

Interaction delivered a fully flexible space that will allow tenants to build community, host events and prioritise wellbeing. Flanking the Clubroom is a 5,000 sq ft roof terrace with fantastic views over Bristol offering even more space for tenants to make the most of. The focus of the space is the beautifully finished teapoint designed to build community.

The Clubroom includes a teapoint that offers tenants a space to relax and unwind together.

Interaction quickly understood Assembly Bristol’s unique design, its distinctive colour palette and the brief to promote occupier delight and wellness.

Patrick Davis
Development Manager, Bell Hammer
The 5,000 sq ft roof terrace offers tenants even more space to socialise and host events.

A communal space

Flexibility meets style

The Clubroom offers a vibrant space for Assembly C tenants to come together, build community and promote wellbeing. The space is open daily as a communal breakout area, will offer fitness classes and allow tenants to book the room for private events. Foldaway tables on wheels and stackable chairs allow the Clubroom to be reconfigured for any activity – from conferences to yoga classes. A teapoint doubles as a space to build community between tenants and a bar for events.

The deep-blue tiles and kitchen units compliment the blue external framework of the Assembly C building, and exposed iconic yellow steels helps add vibrant pops of colour. Wood flooring and furniture makes the space feel relaxed and inviting, whilst reflecting Assembly’s strong focus on sustainability.

The deep-blue teapoint perfectly harmonises with the yellow framework and wooden details.

Buildings made for the future

A focus on sustainability

The Assembly buildings have been built with the future in mind, and offer excellent sustainability credentials. Assembly are working towards BREAM and WELL certifications, whilst the construction process produced 26% lower carbon emissions compared to other new build office developments in Bristol.

When fitting-out the Clubroom, Interaction chose sustainable finishings and furniture that echoes Assembly’s aim to create green spaces. The terrazzo countertop was chosen not only for its gorgeous colours, but also because of its eco-credentials – it is made in London from leftover quarry material.

Large windows flood the Clubroom with natural light and allow uninterrupted views of the city.

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