Willis Towers Watson LatAm Headquarters

São Paulo, Brazil
Referencing the city’s identity and iconic landmarks

With a corporate culture based on Agile Working, Willis Towers Watson engaged Perkins and Will to create a free address, flexible office. As a result, the company’s new Latin America Headquarters is focused in freedom of use.

Non-adressed workstations connected to sensors that indicate whether they are in use allow collaborators to choose their working areas daily. They can also choose to work from smaller tables or niches according to what task they’re developing and if they demand more focus or even collaborative work.

Located in São Paulo, the project makes reference to the city’s identity and is inspired by Parque do Ibirapuera’s organic architectural lines. The format guides the space occupancy, distributing common areas in the floorplan’s extremities to offer more access to the windows and the astonishing view. The green color also subtly delimits the workspace area, alluding to the park’s lush landscaping.

Great citiy views
Booths and other small spaces are established in the corner of the building to emphasize the city views
Workspace with a dynamic, modern design, based in the Agile Working concept.
Large meeting rooms keep the view and collaborative features
Located in São Paulo, the project makes reference to the city’s identity and iconic landmarks.
Located in São Paulo, the project makes reference to the city’s identity and iconic landmarks.
Parque Ibirapuera is also known by its vibrant graffiti. The art is remembered in the design by the vibrant colors and two great graffiti panels in the cafeteria, created by artist Rogério Pedro.
Another reference to São Paulo’s identity is the reproduction of the city’s iconic sidewalk pattern in the reception’s carpet. The mix between natural and industrial materials such as wood and concrete also makes reference to the city’s well known mixture of nature and construction.
Lockers area emphasizes the non standard and personal work space

Project Team

People
Fernando Vidal