The objective of Travelport’s new space in Singapore was to provide a venue that would attract its people to come to work and enable them to collaborate and be effective.
Travelport prides itself in providing its employees with the choice of when and where they work; yet the company also acknowledges the cultural and team benefits of people coming to work. Therefore, a hospitable environment that would additionally align to its brand as a leading technology solutions provider for the global travel industry would be the ideal solution.
The design of the space was based on creating an identity around a digital company and travel. Travel destinations are represented through minimal graphics. The absence of a formal reception further emphasises the virtual sense of the business. Instead, visitors and employee are greeted by a café or co-working like environment featuring various breakout, meeting rooms, and a topology of various seatings.
The space integrates analogue and digital collaboration strategies into a performance-enhancing mix. The Front of the House thus becomes a hub where people can drop by, have a coffee, conduct a meeting, take a call or simply work from this buzzing environment
The Back of House provides employees with additional settings, from collaboration areas to meeting spaces and ergonomic workstations. Private offices double-up as meeting environments providing even further flexibility.
- Status Completed
- Area 11,000 sq-f
- Completion date 2017
- Location Singapore
- Photographer Owen Raggett