JustGiving a run of the mill office isn’t in Peldon Rose’s nature!
JustGiving - the world’s leading platform for charity giving – have settled into their new campus-style base in the Blue Fin Building in the London borough of Southwark.
Having outgrown their old offices in Paddington, JustGiving sought the help of office interior design and fit-out company Peldon Rose to find a new space that reflected their company values. The aim was to encourage new ways of thinking and working.
They were after a versatile front of house; a space for all-hands meetings, product launches and charity meets that also served as an informal working area during their downtime. Instead of the conventional reception, Peldon Rose created an open plan ‘marketplace’ to welcome guests into the heart of their new office.
Peldon Rose wanted to create a space that embraced JustGiving’s fantastic team culture, celebrated their social business and encouraged staff to think about work differently.
Thriftiness was key. Having reused existing floor tiles as wall treatments, acoustic panels and unique furniture pieces, Peldon Rose managed to create a space that was extremely frugal yet truly inspirational where employees can flourish. A workspace to thrive in was achieved through thoughtful space planning and a contemporary choice of materials.
JustGiving’s new office is truly multifunctional, with a natural flow. Semi built structures such as huts, hideouts and the introduction of nature throughout the environment provides a space with a modern and open feel.
View the JustGiving project in more detail here.
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For nearly 30 years, Peldon Rose has been a leader in commercial interior design and fit-out, working closely with clients to create inspirational office interiors. Clients include Google, Aker Solutions, Friends of the Earth and Scorch London.
JustGiving is the world’s leading platform for charity giving. Since their launch in 2001, they’ve enabled over 21 million people to raise £1.5 billion for over 13,000 charities and causes.