06/09/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 06/09/2021 08:41
Having an attractive office space is increasingly important to companies. Occupiers generally want offices which reflect their identity and ethos to attract talent, excite staff, help build a community, impress clients and express their brand. In addition, a well-designed space can positively contribute towards the productivity, mood and wellbeing of those who spend their time there.
This can be delivered by choosing an office with architecturally interesting features. Often, whether these are created by an innovative fit out, or integrated into the fabric of the building, these aspects will have an interesting story behind them, providing a talking point and adding to a narrative that staff and clients can buy into.
Modern office buildings are frequently designed with this purpose in mind, integrating features which mirror local landmarks or pick up on local history, but landlords and developers are increasingly repurposing or refurbishing older office buildings instead of demolishing and rebuilding them. This helps reduce carbon emissions and enables them to harness any architectural history that may be present in the building to contribute to a story around its evolution that appeals to occupiers.
Across central London there are many office buildings - new and old - that have standout architectural features. Below are six that fit the bill.