Real Service, Delivered
Fast growing, American real-time data provider Splunk has moved their London team into a quirky office directly next to London’s iconic Paddington Station, and in light of their disappointment in not finding a suitable warehouse for their new offices they commissioned a funky graffiti artist to create a glass, modern office resemble what they had in mind. London office design and fit out company, Morgan Lovell who designed the office said they wanted to match the warehouse feel of many of the companys’ other sites and allow staff to collaborate and have fun.
So the design team went to work creating a unique open plan space with a host of quirky design features.
A Pullman carriage was installed in the middle of the office to serves as a comfy, soundproof meeting room and is more than just a nod to the local heritage.
Referencing the local train station, arches were introduced to the bourdroom, and bricks and steel with the obligatory graffiti illustrations scattered throughout the office.
said Alison Bell Roberts, Splunk’s HR manager.