Fit out in Bristol’s Aurora development begins

Property & Construction | South West

Following their relocation to Aurora, the £62m development at Bristol’s Finzels Reach, Amdaris were keen to use their new home to build up a presence in the South West. The workplace therefore needed to reflect the new brand identity and the high quality of software development services.

Employing more than 200 people globally, Amdaris envisioned a workplace that would support existing employees and future growth. The team were also keen to actively encourage their clients and partners to work from the new space.

Interaction’s successful design and project management has resulted in a light and bright environment – one that is the perfect home for the Amdaris team and its growing client base.

As well as making a great first impression for visitors, the agile workplace is designed to accommodate various day-to-day activities with traditional working spaces, ad-hoc meeting areas and a ‘focus’ zone. Key features include an open breakout space, a hot desk area for clients and those that aren’t always in the office, and design quirks such as an on-brand moss wall and manifestations.

Commenting on working with Interaction, Andy Rogers, Co-CEO of Amdaris, said: “We developed a very detailed and insightful plan of the vision for our office space. Being situated in a brand-new development in an open plan space gave lots of flexibility to how the space could be designed according to our brief.

“We wanted to create a collaborative working space and an agile working environment. This meant that the space has to be well connected from a technology perspective, so that the space would work around people rather than people having to work according to the space.

“As we had a set budget, Interaction worked with this effectively to make a stunning working space, within budget, without compromising on style or design. During every stage of the development, Interaction were very attentive right down to the day we moved in and following up on our progress of settling into our new space.”

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