10 weeks design development, focusing on their culture, staff numbers and team requirements.
11 weeks construction phase.
Phaidon International regularly recruit meaning their induction programme is often frequent and with large groups of people so it was important to the business that they had a designated training space for both existing staff and new inductions.
The training space needed to allow the team to invest in their new starters whilst offering their existing team sufficient space to work individually and as teams.
It was essential that we provided the team with a professional, modern and energising environment. It needed to be an open and flexible space which best reflected the brand, as well as provided the global business with a London identity
They wanted to create central spaces for different teams to come together, whether it is for conference calls, private and group meetings, training and socialising – all the while combating the physical divide between two floors.