Creative spaces designed for collaborative working
We are delighted to announce that the latest updates to The Yellow Building’s atrium are now complete. Work commenced last month to refresh the atrium to cater for a wide range of working styles and methods, whilst also enhancing the sustainability aspect of the building itself.
Amongst the amazing pieces of art from Hockney to Koons, an array of new, stylish touch down spots and meeting pods have been created. Electrical sockets will be installed within the meeting pods in due course to support laptop users and phone charging.
These latest aspects will encourage group collaborative working whilst providing variety to the working day. These are available to book via the occupier portal, Locale. This online hub allows all occupiers to stay connected to all campus updates, as well as booking meeting spaces.
This contemporary space has been designed by Anna Hart Miller. Miller has previously designed the café space for the Tate as well as our on-site café, Frestons Café. The interior design for the atrium establishes an open, creative hotspot whilst maintaining a calming, tranquil presence.
To meet our sustainable goals as a campus, the atrium and mezzanine lights have been upgraded to cool white LED-fittings. These new fittings contribute to the campus’ overall commitment to creating a more sustainable space as well as reduce the heating in the building itself. In addition to the above they really brighten up the space highlighting the art and creating the right ambient lighting for the flexible informal working space we now have.