Project In A Nutshell
Size: 11,399 sq ft
Having worked together on animated videos since 2014, A Large Evil Corporation were acquired by Funko in 2016. Coinciding with wider business success, the Bath-based team were in need of a more agile space that would also accommodate growth – and so cue their move to Seven Dials in Bath.
Interaction’s design brief revolved around creating a unique space in line with Funko’s branding. A key part of this included the provision of areas for specialist creative functions, which would be vital in supporting the business’s expertise and output.
The team now have a modern and flexible hub, and one suited to the unique nature of their work. Catering for a range of creative functions is a choice of rooms – including an editing suite, viewing theatre, sound room and voiceover booth.
By opening up the space, Funko now have more than just an office; they have an open-plan workplace that facilitates creativity, collaboration and productivity. This was possible by placing people at the heart of the workspace design, something we are passionate here about at Interaction.
The Key Features
○ A choice of rooms for independent tasks – great news for productivity.
○ A large breakout area for downtime and ad-hoc meetings.
○ The stylish inclusion of Funko’s interior colour scheme (blues and greys).
○ Resimercial touches for a laid-back and relaxed working culture.
○ Bespoke joinery for displaying and showcasing figurines.