The design of RFIB’s new global headquarters in the landmark 30 St Mary Axe, has transformed the company’s workplace strategy to embrace both new ways of working, as well as traditional. Located on the twelfth floor of this landmark building, the new offices feature panoramic views and generous natural light. Offering an enhanced user and visitor experience, the space is bright, open, flexible and high quality. The interior design reflects the company’s brand values and supports efforts to attract and retain staff and global corporate clients alike. From the impressive reception area, to meeting and quiet rooms, collaboration & breakout spaces and support facilities, every element of the space has been created to enhance staff welfare and customer service.
As an independent international insurance and reinsurance specialist, many of RFIB’s 200 staff travel all over the world to risky, remote and often poorly serviced locations. work.place.create. worked with RFIB to fully understand these nuances in their operational requirements to ensure that these new offices would provide an oasis to come back to, a home-away-from-home for these employees. A warm and welcoming reception and meeting room space greets the visitor from the lift lobby, whilst taking in some of the best views of the City of London. A generous breakout space allowed an area for the whole office to come together for town hall meetings, whilst project booths – reflective of the company’s connection to Lloyd’s of London, could be used as an informal meeting and work space, rather than booking into one of the larger client rooms.
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