Energy Aspects

Project Highlights

  • 16,000 SQ FT
  • Canary Wharf, London
  • 16 week project
  • Flexible meeting spaces
  • Premium furniture
  • Workplace relocation
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The Brief

Energy Aspects are on a big growth trajectory and needed to relocate to a new workplace that would support their growing team now and into the future. They needed an intuitive space that delivered plenty of additional meeting rooms, created a consistent brand message and offered ample breakout spaces for the team to recharge.

What we did

In the early stages of the project we created prospective space plans to help Energy Aspects choose a location that would reach the best balance of meeting spaces, offices and breakout areas. CARGO, 25 North Colonnade, Canary Wharf was the clear winner.

Vital to this CAT B design and build project was creating enough meeting space for the growing needs of the business. This included 7 separate meeting rooms, a 20-seater boardroom, several meeting pods, several phone booth style pods and multimedia staged area in the main breakout for all hands meets. The executive offices can also double as meeting spaces and are equipped with soft sofas and top of the line conferencing capabilities.

The space flows with curved ceiling lighting, biophilic design, clean lines, premium furniture and subtle, brand-led wall art. Professional lighting rigs frame the two staging areas, creating ample natural light for live streaming to the media. The breakout area boasts a proper barista coffee machine, a full bar set up and a huge staff kitchen to keep the team fueled.

The results

This flag ship office demonstrates Energy Aspects brand evolution. It’s size and quality emphasises the journey that the team are on and magnifies the successes they are achieving. From day one the team slotted into the new space with no disruption to the way they work, immediately the team felt at ease. The new workplace supports flexible, modern ways of working and gives Energy Aspects the space it needs to realise it’s desired future state.