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eOffice | eOffice studio

Interiors eOffice | eOffice studio

eOffice | eOffice studioeOffice 2000 Ltd prides itself on being a consistently innovative coworking environment providing professional office services including full time desk, hot desking, state of the art designed meeting rooms, video conferencing, and virtual offices. We are often complimented on the unique design of our office space and our contemporary yet ergonomical office furniture. In fact, in 2007, eOffice was the proud recipient of the Innovation Award, organised by leading think tank British Council of Offices.

eOffice | eOffice studioeOffice design was created by Pier Paolo Mucelli, founder and CEO of eOffice. Pier got the inspiration from visiting several furniture and design fairs, French exhibitions and looking through magazines. He worked with an interior designer back in 2002, when eOffice was first establish, to create the innovative design of eOffice that has been followed and implemented since then, thanks to the Edward Ashley Carter, who did the graphics and branding.

eOffice | eOffice studio

eOffice | eOffice studioEvery aspect of our office, from the lounge areas, work desks and meetings rooms, enjoy natural light 360 degrees across each floor. Due to our high ceilings, air conditioning, fully equipped kitchens, and ergonomically sound furniture, the space is consistently professional, comfortable and contemporary. This relaxed yet professional atmosphere, which eOffice staff work to uphold daily, is accentuated perfectly through the incorporation of complimentary designs, furniture, vibrant colours, tropical aquariums, and plant life, which combine together to create a calm environment that induces productivity.

Location: London, UK
Architect: eOffice
 
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