Sizing Up: Our Diverse Range of Projects
Posted by Interaction on 12/02/2018
No strangers to diversity, here at Interaction we have worked on projects of various sizes. Why? Because whether your workplace is closer to 5,000 or 100,000 sq ft, an effective design can enhance the productivity, wellbeing and overall output of your workforce and business.
Don’t just take our word for it – have a look at these recent examples, from workplaces we have created across the UK in the past year.
Size: 5,150 sq ft
Summary: In the past few years, the team have seen unprecedented success and multi-million sponsorship deals thanks to their MekaMon range of robots, meaning they needed a workspace that enhanced and reflected their increasing reputation in the technology sector.
“The Reach Robotics team are creative and forward-thinking, and so we were keen to design a workplace that reflected this. We combined practical working areas with more laid back social spaces, finished off with creative touches – resulting in a modern space that provides the team with the ideal environment to research, design and thrive.”
Vicky Wright, Designer
Size: 6,000 sq ft
Summary: Keen to combine multiple offices into a central hub that reflected their brand and identity, this 8 week snag free project resulted in a refreshed space that allows Arcadis to operate effectively and maintain their impressive corporate image.
"From the start, we made sure we really understood the client's brief. We gave prescriptive guidance on the look and feel from a corporate viewpoint, and gained a wealth of feedback from the entire Arcadis team on what they wanted from the space. We interpreted this and delivered an exceptional project, with absolutely no defects."
Luke Byrne, Project Manager
Wild & Wolf
Size: 16,200 sq ft
Summary: As creators of design-led lifestyle products, Wild & Wolf were looking for an equally creative space to enhance their capabilities. They required a space that combined flexible working areas with a wow-factor showroom to entice new clients.
“After analysing the workplace in-depth, the team at Interaction were able to create a one-of-a-kind space that truly caters for Wild & Wolf’s needs. We injected personality with unique design quirks and bespoke joinery, and the result is a space that will truly help Wild & Wolf to stand out.”
Zoe Parr, Designer
Size: 21,000 sq ft
Summary: Well-known car dealership firm Lookers had relocated as they needed a modern headquarters that would keep up with its growth and reflect its standing in the industry, which spans the United Kingdom and Ireland.
“Our brief for this Manchester office interior design project was clear; it revolved around making a great impression for visitors and generally enhancing the workspace for the 300+ staff… and this is exactly what we have achieved! The space, which spans three floors, includes an impactful reception, flexible working areas and an impressive Director’s space, meaning there are spaces to suit every working style and requirement.”
Mike Borne, Project Manager
Size: 90,000 sq ft
Summary: Our design brief for TLT’s in-occupation project, which is due for handover in March, revolved around enhancing 9 floors, including the new 15th floor extension, to ensure the entire workplace reflected the company’s continued success as one of Bristol’s “big three” law firms.
"TLT really value their employees and this can be seen clearly in the design; with provision for multiple areas purely for staff enjoyment and use (including a brand new employee lounge). The most significant feature of the build is the Level 15 meeting suite; an entirely new additional floor providing a panoramic view of the city. Our design highlights this fantastic vista, with full height glazing fronting each meeting room and a vibrant, modern and open reception that doubles up as an event area – a space that truly provides the ‘wow factor’ first impression for visiting clients."
Hannah Eardley, Project Manager
To see more of our projects, which are varied in size, scope, location and sector, why not have a browse of our case studies page?