Inspiring workspace takes games designer Space Ape HQ to another level

posted on Saturday, 6th April 2019 by Chris Jenkins

interior design  Entertainment  Workspace 

Interior design specialist CCWS has created an inspiring new workspace for games designer Space Ape. The Soho office now boasts, amongst other facilities, a Lego room and ‘quiet pods’ for meetings.
Founded by design duo David Keane and Amy Elliott, CCWS aims to use design to redefine the way people work. The latest project, they say, challenged them to throw out the rulebook and defy the conventional office blueprint to provide gaming firm Space Ape with a ‘cool and contemporary refit that embraced the company’s playful personality’.
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The final design featured masses of creative, non-assigned space: areas to collaborate and share ideas in, and personal one-to-one environments for focused discussions and introverted working. A mix of highly creative, versatile working spaces was introduced, from the casual, open-plan layout of the Brewer Street room with its comfy, modular seating system, to the personal working booths that command attention with bold, fabric-lined interiors.
The original steel and concrete structure was celebrated and stripped back to the bare bone, exposing industrial metalwork and raw surfaces paired with up-cycled furniture, bold pops of colour and smart flexi-work systems that ensure an engaging work environment on every level.
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Stepping away from the traditional uninspiring, corporate boardroom concept, CCWS also created meeting areas like The Bridge that were designed to reflect the social nature and visionary approach of Space Ape’s brand identity.

The Apes now have the freedom to move around the office and define their own individual response to the space; whether choosing to sit in groups for one part of the day then moving to the ‘Quiet Pods’ designed for contemplative tasks, or to take five in the ‘Lego Room’ for some down time.
The six-month project is said to deliver ‘a space that celebrates the underlying culture of Space Ape and its tenacious team of Apes’. Achievement unlocked!

A bit about CCWS Interiors...

Experts at office design and refurbishment, CCWS Interiors started out in 2001 as a team united by a belief in the power of great design. Interior design specialist, territory enhancers, brand strategists, listening ears and a safe pair of hands, CCWS aims to redefine the way people work, creating and communicating through great office interior design.

Chris Jenkins

Inside ID contributor Chris Jenkins is the Editor of Arts & Collections, and a freelance technology and industry journalist...

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