When MOO decided to move out of their Shoreditch space, they asked Trifle to be involved with the design of their new home. And we were only too pleased to oblige....
Much-loved digital print and design business MOO recently returned to EC1, just 500m from where the business started 10 years ago. Trifle were thrilled to return to our long-established role as design consultant for the exciting project of creating a new 3065sqm workspace in collaboration with MOO and D&B company, Peldon Rose.
The 13 meeting rooms were conceptualised by the MOO creative team, each relating to a favourite font and Trifle turned this into fully designed rooms. These ranged from Utopia, a 2 person room filled with hanging plants to Courier, a large mid century lounge.
GIN is a circular meeting room that features a 3m diameter oak table and 2m diameter bespoke pendant light fitting.
Outside this room is a large lounge featuring Tom Dixon and Nyta lighting and furniture from Muuto and Hem. Interspersed throughout are items of vintage furniture in both natural and painted finishes.
Bauhaus features one of many bespoke rugs created for the space - this one by Camille Walala for FLOOR_STORY.
Other features include a stunning bespoke concrete reception desk and display case surrounded by Crittall windows and a barista staffed cafe for the MOO team and visitors which is run by the Good Eating Company.
There are 25 styles of lighting throughout to highlight a central 60m ceiling mounted ’spine’ created from 500 panels of Colour Plan paper.
Arguably the centrepiece of the space is the 11mWx6.5mH library wall - which presented TC* with one of it's most interesting challenges yet as we used a scaffolding tower and everything from plants to art to parrots to a collection of rubber ducks to fill the 252 boxes.
Plants throughout (real and fake) were designed by Trifle and Frances and the team at Eco Office Plants.
The whole project was a force of collaboration and we are so proud to have been involved.