Brokzi’s remarkable sculptural
It was no surprise then that the owners of Fosbury & Sons were head over heels with the idea of implementing their vision for ‘The Office’ in this nine storey, architecturally groundbreaking building.
The building has been stripped back to bear shell, with its original concrete interiors expressed and every room framed by those remarkable egg shape windows. The space occupies 7,000 square metres, spread over seven of the building’s nine floors, with three extra floors below ground level for parking.
A simple palette of materials has been employed – black steel framing, parquetry flooring and timber joinery. There are ample private offices to select from, the ‘Suites’ or the ‘Ateliers’, and the shared private office areas. Or one can simply plonk down in one of many shared workspaces throughout the building, all of them meticulously designed and beautifully furnished.
There is also a lobby with a bar on the ground floor, the perfect place to work and meet people in a pleasant and productive environment.