As lifestyle designers, Conran and Partners don’t believe in the traditional approach to office design and the former London studio certainly reflects this. Drawing on the studios experience in the residential sector, Conran and Partners created bright and open spaces for staff to meet, mix and unwind.
The landmark building in Butler’s Wharf was designed by Michael Hopkins in 1990; whilst largely a commercial space, the upper floors were once home to Terence Conran. The practice revived these spaces, which include two generous roof terraces to both respect our heritage – with the preservation of Terence’s kitchen and some of his iconic furnishings, but also look to the future – with contemporary styling including a bespoke light installation by Flos. The spaces encourage our staff to break away from their desks, whilst promoting collaborative working and enhanced wellbeing.