In its early years, London’s Soho Square was one of the most fashionable places to live in the city. Originally named King’s Square for King Charles II, trendy Soho Square has become a hub for media & tech organizations. This vibrant space supports a truly international team and is the jumping off point for their rapidly growing operations throughout Europe.
The space features an industrial feel with exposed structures and open ceilings that create a spacious look and feel. The primary intention was to create an environment where the employees felt comfortable and at home and to showcase the variety of on-site amenities available.
Other projects: Paris, Munich, Doha
Environments: Workstations, open plan, bar area, café, conference rooms, lounge and breakout, mothers’ room,
Design Partners: BDG
Client Since: 2017