Software advertising agency Fox Parrack Fox has moved to new offices designed by Barr Gazetas. The 465m2 space is located on the top floor of a 1950s building in central London.
The architect, which won the job after a three-way unpaid creative pitch, was briefed to avoid the monotony of standardised partitions and develop a creative atmosphere for the 35 staff and their clients on a budget of 200 per square metre.
The space is divided into six sections, using the kitchen as a pivotal focus or “social heart”, big enough for staff to have creative meetings and relax. A glass block shape surrounds this space and glass block walls have been used to divide the cellular offices.
Stripped metal fire doors have been relocated to provide a focus to the meeting rooms and corridors are defined by boards sporting work for clients.