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Graven ease workplace transition with spirited Chivas Brothers fit-out

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November 5 2020

Graven ease workplace transition with spirited Chivas Brothers fit-out

Chivas Brothers have taken on a new future-proofed and flexible Glasgow head office after relocating operations from Paisley.

Graven was contracted to introduce a flexible design for the Blythswood Square address. Reimagining the workplace environment the design studio has built a 'wonder wall' as the centrepiece of a 'convivial lounge' which features products and images celebrating the businesses core brands.

The coffee bar comes complete with a suite of meeting rooms, a kitchen and a well-stocked bar which embodies Pernod Ricard's 'Créateurs de Convivialité' mission statement.

Graven director Kirsty Lang, said: “We’re happy that our flexible design and technology can support new ways of working emerging since, and during the pandemic, and recognise that excellent quality and fully experiential offices are more relevant than ever to support and attract our teams back to the workplace.

"It’s been a challenging time for many working from home, but also a great opportunity for organisations to be similarly ambitious and rethink how they wish to work going forwards. Graven is supporting many of our clients to plan and achieve both a safe and exciting transition back to their workplaces.”

Graven is focussed on delivering blended work environments to ease people back into the office once restrictions are lifted, with increased employer flexibility allowing greater opportunities to work from home

An interior courtyard provides light and views
An interior courtyard provides light and views
Chivas Brothers aim to unite their teams and improve wellbeing with the city centre move
Chivas Brothers aim to unite their teams and improve wellbeing with the city centre move

Flexible design and technology have been embraced to encourage new ways of working
Flexible design and technology have been embraced to encourage new ways of working
Images by Renzo Mazzolini
Images by Renzo Mazzolini

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