Meeting room and communal workspace area

Rathbone Place

London, UK

Nestled in London’s Fitzrovia, Three Rathbone Place introduces three independent, fully furnished workspace units within an existing 1980s building. On this project Derwent London’s in-house design team departed from the traditional design approach. The project showcases an evolution in flexible workplaces, and has drawn on collaborating architect Piercy & Company’s expertise in aligning design with the contemporary needs and attitudes of today’s occupants.

Encompassing 6000 sq ft, the project emphasises collaboration, both in-person and digitally, by incorporating diverse spaces within each unit. These areas include group workstations, informal social spaces, meeting rooms, individual workstations, and private booths.

Sustainability is a central theme, with a focus on maximising natural light and incorporating eco-friendly materials for the fit-out. The studio has chosen high-quality, durable elements, such as end-grain timber flooring, painted wall panelling, and a carefully curated collection of mid-century style furniture.

Distinctive personalization options, such as bespoke shelving, vitrines, and wall niches for artwork, contribute to a unique ambiance more reminiscent of a members club or boutique hotel than a conventional office space.

The project also integrates an efficient all-electric plant and energy management systems, emphasising efficiency and occupier control to enhance the overall sustainability of the workspace.

Products specified:

BM0253 Shelving System by Carl Hansen

Hag Creed office chair by Flokk

Moulin chair by Artifort

Kevi 2534 chair by Jørgen Rasmussen for Engelbrechts

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