BiBO has invested in creating an Urban Room for Trowbridge coupled with a small co-working space embedded into our architecture practice.
Central to the workplace design strategy was building in opportunity for our creative team to draw upon the experiences and requirements of a wide range of people. This represents an essential component of our design process and mission to deliver a diversely informed architectural design service.
To support inclusive employment, it was important to create an environment where it is possible for a working parent to have a 30minute meeting – even on days when there’s been a childcare clash – by designing in space for young visitors to stay entertained. Children (and dogs) are welcome.
The facility is designed to accommodate a hybrid of business meeting needs ranging from professional project specific meetings through to creative workshops and introductory speculative networking sessions with potential collaborators.
Dedicated seminar space has also been integrated to offer facilities for knowledge sharing. This space will be used to learn about subjects that impact our work, everything from urban design trends tackling climate change to financing development to technical specification of working with heritage properties… and we’ll be opening these up to the public.
If you’re interested in hosting a meeting, renting a desk or otherwise sharing our space, further details and booking can be found on our Eventbrite page.