Using considered design to support the differing working methods brought on by the pandemic, Clockwise Wood Green is comprised of 664 desks across five floors, with technology to support hybrid teams and a range of spaces to work in – from meetings rooms to breakout areas, and lounges.
While most people worked from home during the covid-19 pandemic, Portview were busy delivering these stunning shared offices for client, Clockwise.
Carefully crafted office interiors are essential in communicating the right message about your business to attract new clients and employees. We take the time to understand your brand and set clear project goals to produce an attractive, enviable and productive office workspace that makes a positive first impression on anyone who enters the building.
Located in Greenside House, North London, these flexible workspaces – measuring 32,000 sq. ft across five floors – have been established to meet the increased demand for offices closer to home, providing an alternative to central London locations.
The bright, airy space features two rooftop terraces with stunning views of the City of London and Alexandra Palace, and plenty of event spaces, breakout areas and kitchenettes. Down on the ground floor is a striking ‘living’ wall, covered in plants and flowers that breathe oxygen into the new co-working offices.
Designed to be an enjoyable place to work, the new space includes a café and two roof terraces with breath-taking views of the City of London and Alexandra Palace.
Working with leading architect Hawkins\Brown, the new site takes its design cues from the thriving local community and area, working in collaboration with neighbourhood artists to capture a genuine local perspective.
Celebrating the green spaces of the surrounding area, Clockwise Wood Green adopts a biophilic approach to design, demonstrated in a statement ‘living’ wall of plants and greenhouse, which oxygenates surrounding spaces, and promotes a healthy and calming working environment which improve memory retention, cognitive function and enhanced productivity.
A sophisticated setting which pays homage to Wood Green’s mixed residential and industrial use, the newly refurbished Greenside House showcases the buildings metal and concrete construction, which is complimented with a 1980’s post-modern design aesthetic, featuring a statement reception area finished in cream and pale pink terrazzo.
“Portview bring a lot of practical knowledge to the project and are always keen to work together in solving problems and delivering the best that can be achieved for the client.”