Headspace Group, listed as one of the top 100 start-ups for 2014, is a fresh and flexible office provider based in London’s famous creative sector of Hatton Garden. Answering the need for design-led, modern and collaborative office spaces for small and ambitious businesses, Headspace Group houses some of the most successful start-ups of its time such as Buzzfeed and General Assembly. Following its successful launch in 2014, achieving full capacity within 5 months and now expanding to offer 4000sq ft. of additional spaces, Headspace Group has changed the working scene of London for good.
Headspace Group enlisted Inside Out Contracts to fulfil the brief for design-led and modern furniture that would complement the interiors and encourage creativity. A bright colour palette of green, mustard and red was implemented to offset the raw brick walls and complement the pop culture references of murals and artwork that feature comics and neon lights.
The Eiffel chair with its modern twist on a timeless classic in black, red and green was used throughout meeting rooms with the recognisable Bar code chair which is robust in nature yet modern in style. The combination of the Skin chairs and Volt stools in mustard, black and yellow contrasted cleverly with the pink and blue pop-art prints that line the walls of the main communal space; displaying a plethora of colours for a setting incomparable to today’s bland corporate workplaces.
Additionally the Minki coffee table in white introduced practicality within the Studio space of the Headspace Group, with the ability to be folded away for seminars and the company’s interoffice networking nights. Besides their aesthetic appeal, all of the pieces supplied by Inside Out Contracts are extremely resilient and therefore ideal for a location as heavily used as the Headspace offices. The finished interior translates Headspace’s progressive approach to business and co-working, undoubtedly setting the benchmark for innovative and collaborative work environments for today’s ambitious businesses.
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