Dublin, Ireland
Flexibility-Focused Design

The new Indeed office has been designed to be flexible and with ‘wow factor’, incorporating co-working spaces that are hugely beneficial to both staff and clients and enabling self-organisation and personalisation.

The design comprises a new internal fit-out of the ground floor of an existing office building. At ground floor level, the new reception desk provides a transparent and open welcome point, with discreet security monitoring. A full refurb of the existing atrium has created a range of space settings, with open-plan offices, meeting rooms, and a new gathering space with bleacher seating and screens for display and presentation.

A Vibrant Enviroment

Breakout spaces with kitchenettes/ pantries have staff wellbeing in mind, as do the flexible sit-stand desks and variety of seating areas, quiet work rooms, phone booths and mothers’ room. Large-scale internal signage and graphics in crisp and simple lines, green wall and other internal planting also contribute to creating a vibrant environment in line with the company vision.

The combined biophilla/acoustic feature wall is located in the atrium to provide a link to nature as well as acoustic absorption to the space. Additional suspended lighting allows the space to be used during evening events in both summer and winter.

Inspired by Dublin

The design models its form and space through an interpretation of Dublin’s city scale – cobble stone laneways, intimate pubs, libraries, and energetic public spaces influenced the character of the environment.

Central tiered seating located at the bottom of the full height atrium is provided for staff, informal meeting and key presentations.