Views across each floor were important for visual connectivity. This landscape of new spaces was created by repurposing shelving, storage units and comfy seating, mixed with new elements including high tables, collaboration benches, and open meeting booths. All of this is held in place with changes to the floor finish, acoustic ceiling and wall panels, and feature lighting.
The top ‘penthouse’ floor, which has the most natural light and great panoramic views across the city, is a non-assigned space that anyone can use, either to get away from their ‘deskie’ location, or breakout from the meeting rooms.
It’s clear to see how the integrity of innocent, and their absolute refusal to compromise or stray from their values, has enriched and inspired the change management and design process to achieve the best possible outcome.
However, the proof is in the pudding. Two months on, innocent staff have adapted really well. New work-settings are being used for collaboration or private working, freeing up meeting rooms for Skype calls and meetings requiring closed spaces.