Incremental Group
Statement black, pops of color and biophilic inspired details, the interior affords an inspirational experience
Glasgow, UK
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Incremental Group aim to change business step by step with Microsoft. Their new Glasgow office saw a partnership with HK to design and manage the creation of a cutting-edge environment in The Garment Factory, Glasgow. The space was opened by the Minister of Business, Innovation and Energy and is in a strategic location which draws on the local talent pool and enables Incremental to extend their service availability. Statement black, pops of color and biophilic inspired details, the interior affords an inspirational experience, featuring a variety of zones and a flexible model.

The reception area is beautiful with a deep wooden materiality featured on the floor, ceiling, and furnishings. Black structural work is stately and clear cut against biophilic details which are fresh and add a lightness. Banquette style Railway Carriages adjacent to the reception area creates breakout spaces for small meetings or focused work, remote from the office, but still inextricably connected.

Pods offer acoustic seclusion and are settled amongst collaborative and traditional zones throughout the layout. The Incremental brand is extended through murals and graphics, as well as being manifested in color and texture, realizing an experience for employees and visitors alike.

Black personal storage creates another space in the vicinity of the reception area which provides lockers for employees to store personal items. The space is not only highly functional but is curated to encourage impromptu meetings and chance networking sessions. Abundance of natural light augments the black finish and means the space is bright but not overwhelming, ensuring a intentionally gradual probation into the space.

Two toned thematic Railway Carriages are continued into the office, in soft grey and varying vivid colors. The completely customizable quality of the seating meant any cladding, upholstery and style was possible, reflecting a user driven consideration for autonomy around the future workplace.