The ground floor was transformed into a flexible and collaborative space
Worldwide developer and manufacturer of medical devices, Boston Scientific recently required Unispace to transform the ground floor of the new building extension containing a new double height atrium area that linked the old and new building to the reception, waiting area and central socialising space.
The aim was to provide a flexible environment to include open plan desks, meeting rooms and collaboration spaces in neighbourhoods. The project was an opportunity to introduce agile working to a team that previously worked in traditional cubed desking. This means that there was a big emphasis on making the space impressive enough to attract and retain talent, as well as to increase sustainability.
This was achieved by carrying out stakeholder interviews, end user workshops, staff surveys and space utilisation studies to make sure all teams were involved in the proposal. The result was a brilliant open, flexible, collaborative space that the Boston Scientific team can enjoy and feel more connected and inspired.
Unispace did an amazing job on this project, and we think, yes, we are slightly biased, our Haiken furniture fits perfectly in this workspace where flexibility and collaboration are key. Our Haiken Wolfe height-adjustable desks are featured in the work lounge, allowing for more flexibility so employees can choose whether to work standing or sitting. These are partnered with our Haiken Stirling chairs that are specially created from sensitive foam ensuring they mould to every individual, providing incomparable comfort for the user.