MoreySmith

Deskopolitan

January 2017

Client:

Deskopolitan / Groupe Chevrillon

Project:

Co-working space at Château d'Eau, Paris – 13,500 sq ft

Scope:

Creation of France’s first global co-working concept

Our Role:

Interior Architectural Design, Global Design & Workplace Strategy – Design Lead

"We have made a daring choice by working with a foreign architect to create a concept as innovative as Deskopolitan in Paris. Today, we have no regrets! All promises were reached with a building completely transformed and dedicated to start-ups and companies of all sizes. The MoreySmith team did a wonderful job challenging the existing layouts and demonstrated a remarkable attention to detail. We are very pleased to continue the collaboration with our Voltaire flagship."


Alexis Rebiffe, Co-Founder, Deskopolitan

MoreySmith has designed the first global co-working concept for new serviced office brand, Deskopolitan, which has launched at 48 rue Chateau d’Eau, Paris. The space comprises 13,500 sq ft and offers a diverse and progressive work environment to appeal to start-ups and small businesses – a revolutionary concept for the French market.

The community is spread over three floors, with a café, external courtyard and informal touchdown positions at mezzanine level. All floors offer a range of flexible work environments for co-working including open, guest and club space.

MoreySmith established the global design strategy for Deskopolitan’s new brand concept. The strategy enables the brand to evolve in different locations throughout Europe, and offers a range of workspaces to cater for its members. These include a range of assigned workspaces and flexible work settings to support drop in sessions, as well as artist studios, health & beauty suites, and spaces for open group collaboration and networking events. This contemporary approach to workspace design brings a fresh new look to the European market.

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