Thoughtspace designed the interiors of the BBC offices in Sydney. There are many things that I like about their design. The two that i like the most is that it is so colourful full of details everywhere that you don’t feel in an office. The second is that even though you are in the same office, every space is so different, that it seems as if they were all different offices. Every space has different style of furniture, lamps, paint colour or pattern. I like it.

From the designers:
Thoughtspace took two geographically separate BBC Worldwide offices and created a dynamic 2000m² workplace in Macquarie Park.  Eden Park Drive media precinct was the perfect fit for the evolving global media organisation.  BBC Worldwide’s new headquarters boasts a large expanse of office-free open plan environment peppered with a variety of working lounges and alternative activity based working areas. The organisation believed that there needed to be a element of ‘fun’ introduced into the typical workplace in addition to the functional aspects of commercial interior design. thoughtspace worked closely with the marketing and communications team to develop a design and workplace strategy for the new facility. These brainstorming sessions resulted in the primary design driver being a celebration of the BBC Worldwide global brands. The outcome includes impressive front of house facilities, state of the art media and AV facilities, quirky themed meeting rooms, numerous creative work and meeting hubs and a dynamic workplace environment capable of supporting the organisations future growth strategies. In addition, significant environmental graphic backdrops brought these brands to life and successfully represent BBC Worldwide’s identity as a prominent and dynamic media company.

via contemporist


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