How do you refresh a studio space to promote creativity, design quality and health and well-being? Our interior design studio's research created an evidence base for informing a comprehensive studio refurbishment.
We took the objectives for the new studio and the findings from our research and combined them into a brief for our Interior Design studio to respond to. Click here to see the new studio environment we achieved.
Key design aspects included the adoption of a Neighbourhood model, into which we located several studios and provided them with a range of furniture types and different 'zones' to support a wide range of different ways of working, as well as a new reception area to improve the welcome we offer to visitors to draw upon the findings of our BCO reception research.