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Wednesday23 August 2017

Gensler showcases tech giant's new London office

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Fit out completes for Adobe’s new offices at AHMM’s White Collar Factory

The Gensler-designed fit-out of software giant Adobe’s new London offices at Old Street has now completed.

Adobe has taken three floors at the AMHM-designed White Collar Factory to house 375 sales and marketing staff.

Gensler’s internal scheme features a mixture of open plan areas, meeting rooms, phone booths and a new “customer experience” centre at the Tech City building, where it occupies the seventh, eighth and 13th floors.

Adobe’s real estate and project delivery manager Cameron Balls said its new office space had been delivered “on budget, on time and to the exceptionally high standard Adobe demands”.  

Work on the fit-out was undertaken by Mace’s Como arm.

AHMM's 'white collar factory' by Old Street roundabout in London

AHMM’s White Collar Factory at Old Street

 

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  • The White Collar Factory HAS to be a sure fire nomination for Carbuncle Cup. Very rarely has an opportunity to place-make been so badly missed and aside from this weeks SimpsonHaugh nomination which I find equally as intolerable I can think of nothing more Carbuncular than this monstrosity.

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  • Eurgh!

    When I first saw this building - hoping that it would improve when it was finished.

    But no, it remains hideous and does little/nothing to improve the area - and the interior doesn't look much better.

    Why have we got the CGI of it?

    Missed opportunities all round.

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  • Beavis

    hands down, worst ahmm building

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  • Yeah that is horribly dull and uninspired. But Adobe is not exactly a very exciting creative software firm these days, concentrating as it does on subscriptions of barely updated software year in year out, so I guess it reflects the firm well enough.

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