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A technology-infused brand journey from M Moser

Brighton-based Unity required a space that would foster connectivity between staff, while providing an exceptional client-facing experience.

06/01/2021 2 min read

M Moser Associates has created a unique and colourful workspace for real-time 3D platform Unity. The office design acts as an immersive user experience that empowers its creators and wider community. Unity had outgrown its previous spaces, and required a single office that would foster connectivity between staff, while providing an exceptional client-facing experience.

Having occupied multiple buildings in the area since 2009, the interior design honours the company’s longstanding ties to Brighton and reflects its global values. This community-driven workplace aligns a variety of different spaces and work settings to create a technology-infused brand journey.

The front of house includes an innovative tech suite with multi-purpose virtual reality lounge, games room, training area, boardroom, and VC room. Placing the VR lounge in a visible setting enables Unity to showcase new technology as part of the user journey. To customise and create unique experiences, each of the tech suite spaces connects at the arrival area and work experience room.

Supporting workplace culture, guests enter through the reception area into the large events space with on-site hospitality bar named and branded Seagulls Rest – a nod to Brighton’s notorious feathered friends. Staff and visitors can catch-up with a drink, hide away in the booths at the back, or enjoy the lounge for watching events on the high-level screen above the central counter.

The Seagulls Rest caters to Unity’s ‘Users first’ company value, with custom touches that include tiered seating, collaboration benches, and a Polaroid wall that introduces new employees. Flexible furniture solutions encourage people to adapt the space to meet individual or team needs.

The top floor is dedicated to the user experience, a reconfigurable social hub for employee dining, theatre-style ‘all hands’ meetings and external events. Embracing creativity on each floor, local artists have created bespoke murals to enhance connection between the office and its Brighton location. Each portraying a unique perspective, the artworks bring to life Unity’s value to ‘Be Bold.’

Developed with a deep understanding of the brand story and business objectives, an impactful colour palette engages users throughout the space. As employees are predominately desk-based, tones are muted and calm in the workspaces, and explosions of colour in the connective areas and social spaces supports interaction through dynamic contrast.

Images courtesy of M Moser Associates

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