Creating a magnet workplace to attract people

Travelport,
Singapore

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.

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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.

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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

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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.

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  • Status Completed
  • Area 11,000 sq-ft
  • Completion date 2017
  • Location Singapore
  • Photographer Owen Raggett

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