Workplace

The nature of workplace is changing. Better technology and shifts in working patterns have big implications for design. Space is a resource to be designed imaginatively rather than territory to be allocated.

Our recent projects demonstrate an approach to workspace design which creates flexibility for the modern knowledge worker, facilitates organisational change, reduces carbon and increases productivity.

The modern office has been going through a radical transformation. The intersection of new technology with shifts in working patterns continues to have big implications for design.

Our recent projects demonstrate an approach to workspace design that creates flexibility for the modern knowledge worker, facilitates organisational change, reduces carbon and increases productivity.

We advocate thinking of space as a resource to be designed imaginatively, rather than territory to be allocated, and enjoy the process of using design as a catalyst for changes in working culture.

Projects SEN Schools Anna Freud Centre View from Rodney Street-Night Penoyre Prasad

Anna Freud Centre Campus

The Colourmen Mixed-Use Redevelopment

The Bloom White City balcony louvre detail Penoyre & Prasad, London Architect

‘The Bloom’ White City, Mixed Use Development

St George’s University of London – Jenner Building Renovation

Projects Workplace IIED Offices hot desk space Penoyre and Prasad

IIED Offices

Crawley Library & Civic Offices

Tower Hamlets Civic HQ

Frestonia

Gravesend Masterplan