M Moser Associates partnered with EY to create an innovative environment focused on future of work principles. During the strategy process, the design team engaged with more than 20 people from across the business in a number of workshops, interviews and reviews.
First, they reviewed EY’s design standards with the local team. Insights from sessions with EY leaders and staff allowed the team to challenge the existing spatial guidelines. As a result, M Moser redistributed the ratio of individual, collaborative, and hybrid settings towards the latter two.
Then they asked the client, “What does your future workplace feel like?” The answer revealed how important it was vital to create a sense of belonging. Because EY staff can spend up to four days a week at client sites, returning to the office must feel like coming home. In addition, the office needs to be a desirable place to work, drawing staff from across the EY campus and encouraging them to come and experiment with new ways of working.
M Moser’s office design in Amsterdam for EY achieves this by combining a hospitality-style experience with flexible spaces that support different collaboration needs.
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