BCS
Global

Client: BCS Global
Size: 5,000
Location: Bishopsgate
Client: BCS Global
Size: 5,000
Location: Bishopsgate

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Having relocated to a bigger space that had the flexibility to grow with the company, BCS Global appointed ThirdWay to work with them in creating a modern and refined design for their new office.

Classic, quality materials and sleek furnishings create a contemporary corporate feel, and subtle colours and materials help to define different facets of the business. A bespoke joinery feature in the main reception and ceiling rafts in the main boardroom and kitchen area give the space a unique, welcoming and stylish elegance.

The furniture, provided by Tribe, explores contrasting tones of the same materials creating interest whilst retaining a sophisticated and professional style.

Lead designer on the project and Design Director at ThirdWay, Rob Goulder, commented: “This was an extremely exciting project to work with the client to deliver, from the design detail such as the stunning joinery in the reception and meeting suite space, to the technical detail of the trading floor set-up and the services designed to support this. It’s bright and airy, with stunning views, and we hope it’s a lovely place for the BCS staff to work for the foreseeable future.”

Key Features: Corian signage in the reception area, bespoke joinery in the reception area and meeting suite ceiling, herringbone tiled tea point/staff kitchen area, black metal Crittall windows, technical set-up of 50 person trading floor.

 

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