Carefully considered space creating a home from home

Jupiter is an asset manager that wanted to encourage staff back into the office after working from home during various lockdowns. The challenge involved creating two lounge areas on different floors where visiting staff members and local workers could mingle and meet in a collaborative working space. It wanted the furniture in this space to include creative furniture to inspire creativity among its workers.

Jupiter Asset Management

25,000 sqft

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Detailed Space Planning

We used Collaborate London to help transform our HQ in Victoria, we were looking for a vibrant, informal and flexible space where staff can meet, collaborate and work whilst also being inspired and supported by the workplace - let’s just say the result exceeded our expectations!

Ben Thompson

Head of Facilities – Jupiter


We provided the client with creative and individual pieces of furniture from standard, classic products to bespoke feature pieces for meetings and collaborative working. We worked closely with the client and the designer to achieve these goals.


Jupiter benefited from a transparent and realistic budget which was soon signed off by the board, and a range of products and solutions to choose the most appropriate styles to create their desired working environments. The client benefited from us working closely with our suppliers to ensure the project was completed on time and on budget.

Meeting table and chairs with large circular lamp shade in open plan.
Informal s-shaped sofa in open plan area
two chairs and coffee table by open storage/book shelf
high backed chairs with cushions and coffee table creating informal meeting space
chairs and coffee table and bench creating waiting area
meeting room table and chairs in meeting room
Breakout area with foosball table, neon light and informal cube seats
Staged seating area
High back individual pods
high and low back seating to create meeting area
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