Bath-based workplace design and build firm, Interaction, has recently created a new office space for Bristol software company, Techmodal.
Thanks largely to the company’s “continued growth and success,” Techmodal says that the new space is intended to “reflect its standing” and “facilitate new ways of working.”
According to Interaction, equally key in this project was creating a workplace that would unite Techmodal’s two offices, which are now just a few doors away from each other on Bristol’s Queen Square.
Overall, the U-shaped space is described as “modern, bright and vibrant.” It combines practicality and flexibility with Bristol-inspired glass manifestations by local artist Scott Joyce, such as port-hole windows and a tea point that gives the feel of a deck – elements which aim to motivate creative thinking, and generally make the space an “inspiring” place to be.
Additionally, Interaction’s design and project teams have also created a multitude of workspaces within the office. This includes both collaborative spaces and spaces for more focused work, meaning the office now caters for each and every individual and their various tasks.
Commenting on the design, Gary Duguid, Interaction director, said: “Techmodal’s expansion was a great opportunity to design a workplace that truly works for the company. Our design team worked closely with the Techmodal team to create a workspace that caters for each staff member, but that is also inviting for potential clients and visitors. We’re excited to see how the space will help shape Techmodal’s continued success.”
Pictured above: The interior of the new office in Bristol