Case study – Womble Bond Dickinson, UK
In the center of Newcastle, the large transatlantic law firm Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD) has moved into its new home.
Situated over four floors, a work concept for over 400 employees was implemented which now enables agile and activity-based working. To best support this objective, classic office spaces and workstations were installed, along with open group work areas, quiet zones and soundproof cubes.
Equipped with Sedus furniture
To incorporate hybrid and flexible working, the office layout was designed and equipped based on these activities. A wide selection of Sedus chairs and furniture were used to fulfill this criteria. The office cubes se:cube S and M were installed as areas of retreat, while the comfortable sweetspot armchairs have found their place in intermediate zones and lounge corners. The se:flex swivel chair has been installed at individual workstations, and the on spot cosy swivel chair at the teamwork and conference tables.
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