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MCM – PlayStation, Liverpool

Mixology North22 Project of the Year Finalist: 30-70k sq ft


Project Team

  • ADT Workplace, CBRE

Having had a low-key presence in the region for over thirty years, global gaming corporation Playstation approached MCM to create a new Liverpool home “for the Players” – one which celebrates what it is to be a gamer, and a member of the Playstation family.

Contrasting to the company’s previous office, which was largely characterised by segregation, MCM was tasked with reimagining the status quo, focused on promoting cross-departmental collaboration outside of highly secure work areas. The end solution uses the idea of ‘destinations’ to encourage the exploration of areas that offer choice for focus work and social interaction. A sense of collective ownership and “play” is promoted in shared areas that include meeting rooms, quiet rooms, “playgrounds” (social spaces), the café, the gym and the showcase reception area.

Aesthetically, MCM’s concept was built on themes that referenced gameplay and celebrated the PlayStation brand, with an overarching intention to recreate a playful sense of intrigue that encourages discovery of the building and each other.



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