Samson Place, Peterborough
Peterborough is now home to a unique headquarters office building for British Sugar and associated businesses, all being of them being subsidiaries of Associated British Foods. The building is designed so that the individual businesses can express their own identities, whilst still identifying with a company-wide ethos within a collaborative and thoroughly modern well-being focused working environment.
Providing space for 300 employees, the building includes training and conferencing facilities, a coffee bar and separate café plus various types of meeting spaces and collaborative working areas all grouped around a focal atrium space.
The building is a vehicle for improving staff well-being, achieving organisational change, modernising working practices and engaging staff with the strategy for the future of the business. Daylight and flexibility of working environments are key design drivers informing solutions such as the large atrium and over 400 glass external louvres fitted to the external elevations that track the sun and control the level of internal light without obstructing views. CPMG worked with Morey Smith on the design of the internal office fit out.
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