The working parts of the office are divided into fixed desking areas, agile/collaborative workspaces with high tables and soft seating and also meeting booths and meeting rooms.
A bold and bespoke graffiti wall takes centre stage in the breakout area, cast across exposed brick wall. Wargaming’s branding is also heavily featured within the main reception desk, subtly through furnishings and the Wargaming camo net suspended from the ceiling in the collaborative working area.
Employee wellbeing played a large role throughout the design phase with a key area being the social kitchen/breakout area complete with a fully functioning ‘power-up point’ café. This open-plan area also features a large bleacher for team meetings and company events – complete with bespoke neon lighting which dominates the exposed ceiling.
‘This is a place where people interact, where ideas happen and where staff can relax,’ says Matthew. ‘Having visited the office post completion, there is a huge sense of community. The variety of workspaces/relaxation spaces/creative spaces spearheads a very flexible and adaptable working environment which we believe attracts the best talent.’