The historic 1920’s building is a true London landmark. Refitted throughout, the 66,000 square foot space features an open design across all four floors and includes a roof terrace, a state of the art café, a variety of meeting rooms, and much more.
The interior of the building, designed by award-winning
architectural-designer MoreySmith, is a celebration of
double-sided display wall expands up three floors and provides a
spectacular backdrop to display the brand’s long heritage, including iconic
From early advertising to the iconic contour bottle, each well thought out display is a striking reminder of where we came from and where we’re going.
Linda Morey Smith, the Principal Director at MoreySmith, says she was thrilled to have the opportunity to design such a unique office. "Using the brand’s iconic history, we have created a vibrant space which draws upon the positive energy of the organization. The diversity of work spaces and unique social areas will hopefully inspire all who inhabit or just visit the building."
In the heart of the building hangs a dazzling art installation commissioned by award-winning British artist/designer Stuart Haygarth.
"I wanted to create something that was literally out of this world, powerful, dynamic and would glow with energy - it had to stop people in their tracks," says Haygarth.
The 21 foot comet shaped light sculpture does just that with more than 80,000 acrylic ice chunks illuminated by LEDs and suspended on ultra-fine wires.
Not forgetting the primary purpose of the office, Wimpole Street offers first-class working facilities with 21 flexible meeting rooms— nine rooms dedicated to video conferencing and another nine reserved as "quiet rooms".
The remaining three rooms are open-plan areas that allow everyone to come together and share ideas.
According to Sarah Hutton, Human
Resources Director at
Whether it’s a tasty team meal, a light snack in the sunshine or a quick catch-up over an ice cold Coke, there's something to satisfy every working appetite.
To cap it off, Wimpole Street also demonstrates
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