Leading global real-time game engine, Unity, is behind half of the world’s computer games. In gaming - experience is everything. Unity wanted to create a flexible, community-driven hub for its global sales teams across Europe to showcase its products and solutions in a digitally immersive, virtual reality (VR) environment.View project
In 2018, the M Moser-designed UFH Guangzhou Hospital officially opened, becoming the first in Southern China to offer comprehensive healthcare services in line with US medical practice standards. The project aimed to establish an exemplary healthcare facility to support the synthesis of Chinese and Western medical practices.View project
As Hyatt continues to expand its operations across the Greater China and Asia-Pacific regions, M Moser was selected to design and build two offices in Hong Kong and Shanghai that capture the essence of hospitality, while bringing the distinct cultural identity of each location to life.View project
LinkedIn’s Global Workplace Services team’s goal was to build a Workplace Design Laboratory to act as a dedicated space for the ongoing experimentation, testing and improvements of LinkedIn’s global work environments. To achieve this goal, they selected M Moser, a successful, long-standing partner on many other LinkedIn projects across the globe.View project
Groupe Clarins grew from a small beauty institute in France in 1954 to a global luxury cosmetic company, constantly improving its formulas to create natural, plant-based products. Based on the belief that there is a strong correlation between happiness, well-being and beauty, it wanted to reflect its values within a more collaborative and brand-driven workspace.View project
Medallia came to M Moser with a vision to create a healthy and interactive environment for its new headquarters in San Mateo, California. Capturing the business culture, keeping people connected and representing its global perspective and diversity would be key to the success of the project.View project
How do you encourage innovation? This was the question set to us by a world-renowned chemical and consumer goods giant.
It wanted to establish new ways of working and encourage innovation within the lab environment globally, by creating a series of innovation centres in key strategic locations. M Moser was assigned to design the first three innovation centres in Düsseldorf, Seoul and Shanghai, as part of a wider worldwide rollout. The approach would be defined by the Düsseldorf site and repeated for future facilities.
As a leading global investment-management and research firm, AllianceBernstein required a new workspace that would both encapsulate and advance its ability to bring together a wide range of insights, expertise and innovations for its clients across the globe.View project
Considering Booking.com’s core design objectives for this project and the desired experience for the end users and industry partners, M Moser was tasked with designing and building an engaging space for its young work force and industry partners that would capture the essence of the local culture and facilitate social interactions in the workplace.View project