This week’s workspace of the week is PwC’s brand new workspace based in Bristol.
This BCO award-winning workspace is filled with plenty of vibrant meeting rooms and lounge areas an open and fresh office building that promotes collaboration with the use of furniture and overall interior design.
PwC’s aim was to create a workspace that was fun and an environment that all of its employees would be proud to work in.
This workspace features a range of stunning meeting suites with large glass doors to ensure that employees are not shut off from the office environment, an open plan canteen and lunch area with comfortable plush sofas and communal style seating arrangements to encourage all members of the company to sit together, a loft break out area, a range of collaborative spaces for important team meetings.
We also love how PwC named all of their new meeting suites with Bristol themed names such as ‘Banksy’ and ‘Rowling’ to show how proud they are of their city.
Along with these features, the workspace also includes a fantastic outdoor terrace, another great and open place to work during the summer months to enjoy a change of scenery and to admire the cityscape views too.
This spacious office space has no limitation when it comes to agile working, employees have the opportunity to roam the workspace with the variety of collaborative and quiet spaces to enjoy.
With the addition of unique furniture and a relaxing informal environment, PwC’s Bristol workspace is sure to keep the workspace trend world talking as well as inspiring other financial institutions too.
Because you don’t have to be a creative company to have a cool workspace.
Take a look at PwC’s Bristol based workspace in 2 Glass Wharf.
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