Healthcare provider Acacia recently hired a workplace design firm TSK group To design a new office in London, England.
“Our design process began with understanding how Aacium would operate in the post-pandemic era. performance, and considered this in conjunction with future business goals such as increasing staff and attracting top talent.
Leverage this information to put the employee experience at the heart of the new space intent, proposing one centralized hub for all teams in London. The new office will unify the brands and maintain flexibility and accessibility for diverse roles across different brands. To enable this flexibility, the new design features interplay of different spaces that coordinate for focused work, collaborative sessions and social activities.
Acacium’s forward-thinking, sustainable approach is reflected in the company’s digital-first focus and paperless philosophy, so we’ve embraced this concept by moving to unassigned desks that share a standardized IT setup. Realized. Moving to a hybrid-style space cut the number of desks in half, allowing more focus on training and meeting spaces.
Luxurious furnishings, wooden features, and creative use of light are used to inject warmth and vibrancy into the space, while leveraging the Acacia brand color palette to make this space feel truly at home. to The color of Acacia is woven into striking social spaces and welcoming reception areas that encapsulate elements such as nature and technology to make a great first impression.
Acacia wanted the new office to be a visitor experience that would drive its growth plans for the next decade. This striking space will attract brands, employees and visitors with its flexibility, sense of community and forward-thinking approach. ‘, he said TSK Group.
- position: London, England
- Completion date: 2023
- size: 16,000 square feet
- design: TSK group