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greenery, breakout spaces and natural
light, the office is a distinct departure
from the tradition office space, designed
to incorporate all the characteristics of a
‘home away from home’ providing three
floors of living space. Sure to make staff
and visitors feel right at home, the office
comes complete with a series of
boardrooms and collaborative spaces
designed and styled as a living room,
dining room, wine cellar, study, media
room, conservatory, library, terrace even a treehouse, a green-house and
swimming pool (complete with diving
board!).
Voted as the ‘Best Place to Work in the
UK’ for two consecutive years, according
to Glassdoor's rankings and called ‘one
of the UK’s happiest tech teams’ by
Techworld, EXPEDIA’s London office in
Angel allows you to travel the world with
one walk of the office, with a range of
internationally themed meeting rooms.
With its huge roof terrace offering
stunning views of the North London
skyline, multiple ‘chill-out zones’,
Formula One simulators, plus a host of
benefits for employees, visitors will get
jet-lag just taking in the awe-inspiring
working world of Expedia.
Completing the first five names to hit the
bill this November, is digital print and
design company, MOO, based directly
opposite Farringdon tube station in heart
of London’s original 18th Century printing
district. With an office space spanning
120 meters long and 40 meters wide (the
equivalent of three Olympic size
swimming pools) – and a 60 metre-long
paper installation suspended from the
ceiling, constructed from over 500
panels of beautifully crafted G.F Smith
Colorplan paper - the large open plan
office is as colourful and vibrant as the
materials it prints. Even the books in
their personal library are organised by
colour instead of name!
And that’s not all… more than 15 other
workplaces opening their doors for
Workplace Week 2017 are still to be
announced.
To find out more about the workplaces
taking part in Workplace Week 2017 and
to
book
tickets,
please
visit
www.workplaceweek.com and join the
conversation using the Twitter hashtag
- #WorkplaceWeek.
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