Essence are the world’s largest independent buyer of digital media.
Rapid growth of the company led to a move to a completely new office, away from cramped and disconnected workspace environment in Soho.
Commercial interior design and fit-out company Peldon Rose created an inspiring new office in UK House on Oxford Street, London.
Peldon Rose then tipped the traditional office design on its head. You are welcomed into their office by the Box Park-style bleachers, with a hidden roof terrace to hold small meetings.
With exposed ductwork, concrete floors and industrial lighting, the whole workspace feels like an urban London district. The office features a lunch area come coffee shop where their staff, the Essentials’, can go to eat, socialise and hold internal meetings. It is an agile working environment at its best.
A quirky detail Peldon Rose included into the new office was to include two piaggio’s spread around the space to provide a quick pit stop coffee break.
Hidden behind giant, reclaimed double doors, which Peldon Rose sourced in Bethnal Green, lay Essence’s meditation workspace. A workspace of complete calm and tranquillity with trees, moss walls and grass benches.
Paul Fraine, Office Manager, Essence: It’s amazing! I can’t believe we actually created this. Peldon Rose rock!
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