Sticking true to the design brief from Jaywing, 93 have delivered a raw, honest and contemporary interior, whilst maintaining and honouring the previous lives of these buildings. An interiors brief was set that focuses on operational functionality and staff wellbeing, whilst promoting social interaction.
With a strong focus on in-house designed and manufactured elements by 93, which included desking, door-furniture, lighting and storage that makes the best use of the new spaces. In addition, reclaimed furniture and salvaged materials and fittings were also sourced by 93 to enhance the industrial and contemporary feel of this new landmark, adding another level of complexity to the Interior Design.
93 boldly interjected the spaces with strong architectural elements that promote social interaction between employees and visitors alike, ranging from tea-points, break-out spaces, a war room through to a four cargo container insertion within the main atrium. Unapologetic in its appearance, these cargo containers act as a back-drop to reception whilst creating internal spaces such as meeting rooms, break-out areas and a six metre long tea-point, all of which contributes to the daily life of Jaywing. The interiors responds sensitively and boldly to both the client and the building.