A fledgling company with rapid expansion, Deliveroo needed space for significant future growth. After choosing a 10,000 sq ft office in the Heal’s Building, West London, they appointed us to carry out the Cat B Design & Build fit out.
Predominantly a young team, Deliveroo wanted a design that was fresh and interesting. The mustard yellow, grey and teal palette was inspired by their brand colours, and the design takes advantage of the unique features of the historical Heal’s Building – including timber floors and exposed services. Their new HQ consists of a kitchen, an open plan area, breakout spaces and meeting rooms – in addition to a games room featuring a ping pong table. Not only did the fit out go incredibly smoothly, but Deliveroo are very happy with the finished result.
With Spotify growing at a rapid rate the company needed a larger office to accommodate more staff. Having already refurbished Spotify’s first London office, we were perfectly placed to provide a Cat B fit out for their new base in Soho. Since the brand has evolved since the last refurbishment, our designer needed to create an innovative look and feel for their new office.
4,930 sq. ft.
We delivered this fast-track Cat B fit out to relocate global advisory and capital placement business First Avenue to their new space in the recently refurbished period building, Swan House. Having previously occupied a basement space, the client’s main aim was to improve the quality of their employee’s experience by achieving a clean, airy environment with increased natural light.
20 000 M²
As part of an initiative to consolidate its staff on one site, Covéa envisioned the creation of a new head office. Tétris was chosen to outfit the 20,000 m² that now house around 900 people.
18 000 M²
As part of an initiative to consolidate its existing sites, the law firm CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre chose Tétris to outfit the 18,000 m² of its new head office in Neuilly sur Seine. The client desired more functional and more modern offices.
7,500 sq.ft. contemporary fit-out
The historic Juxon House, situated at the gateway of the prestigious Paternoster Square was developed into serviced offices by Standard Life Investments in 2003. After 12 years of use, it was time to upgrade the entrance lobby. Standard Life Investments approached Tétris to provide a design solution for this task.
10,000 sq.ft. atrium fit-out
The Grade II listed Vintners Place has its origins steeped in the history of the City of London as one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies. Now flourishing as a mixed-use building, Tétris was appointed to rejuvenate the busy atrium area whilst remaining sympathetic to the buildings listed status and heritage.
2,500 sq.ft. contemporary office fit-out
Following rapid expansion, One Two Trip, an online travel agency had a requirement for full Design & Build services to their new office in London.
1,900 sq. ft. residential office fit-out
JLL appointed Tétris for the design and fit-out of their Canary Wharf residential retail unit as part of their ongoing commitment to establishing a high-street presence reflective of their innovative brand values.
2 000 M²
International School of Europe has entrusted the Tétris team for the realization of a new preschool in the center of Milan, the Kiddy English". Tétris has managed all the design activities and the civil works aimed to the refurbishment of the existing building developing a new innovative and funny concept - child oriented - of the educational areas as well as for the choise of materials, colors
Condé Nast, an American magazine publishing group, appointed Tétris to execute its new head office, while the architectural design was entrusted to architect Charles Zana.
1 305 M²
Tétris has designed and delivered the new Regus business centre in Lisbon. The company set the challenge of designing a ready-to-use space with specific technical conditions for its future users (over a hundred of them).
Media Capital, the leading Portuguese media group has already awarded us no fewer than 15 projects.
The new Turismo de Portugal premises in Lisbon, with a surface area of 620 m2, were completed in 10 weeks.