Santander Bootle Campus Interior Design

The Bootle Campus Interior fit-out responds to the brief of meeting the flexible needs of a modern workforce, fostering collaboration, innovation and staff well-being.

The shell & core building is a rational, sustainable, kit of parts, ensuring the robust operation and function of the workplace and long term flexibility. Reflecting this approach is an honest and frank set of architectural materials; Cross Laminated Timber, an exposed steel frame, radiant ceiling panels and a highly glazed facade, acting as a back drop to the different zones of activity expressed in the fit-out. These aspects of the fit-out are already described in the stage 4 documentation.

The proposed worksettings are in response to day in the life studies of staff and are arranged to promote interaction and collaboration while offering contrast between intensive work environments and break out spaces for relaxation.
The fit-out has been carefully designed to allow the replacement and update of workplace typologies, without impacting on shell & core materials, allowing the building to evolve and adapt to changing patterns in the workplace.

 

Client:       Santander

Developer: Osborne + Co
Location:   Bootle, Liverpool, UK
Status:       Detailed Design

Size:          220k sq ft GIA

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