Mondrian Investment Partners

Mondrian Investment Partners
Design and Build Specialist
Peldon Rose
No. of Units
Project Scale
Interior Architecture & FF&E Design

Forward-Thinking, Hospitality Influenced, Office Interior Design.

MAWD have designed a progressive new office fit-out for Mondrian Investment Partners at 60 London Wall. The 38,000 sq/ft workspace, has been specifically designed with workplace comfort, wellbeing and hospitality-style amenities in mind, without compromising the cutting-edge connectivity and professionalism required.

employees in mondrian open office space design
Light-filled, open spaces encourage flow of movement around the office zones.
mondrian office lobby space design
In the arrival space, the raw characteristics of the original structure are blended with warm timbers and metals.
We started with Mondrian’s team, understanding their needs as an organisation and their people’s priorities. We then looked to create a space that would captivate their team, one with real cross-generational appeal that prioritises conscious design through the use of innovative recycled materials.
James White

The aesthetic moves from a monochromatic, industrial palette in the office areas to a more refined palette in the client suite and boardrooms, where the the interior design is inspired by mid-century style.

mondrian small boardroom design
Mid century style influenced the client suite and meeting rooms, linking to the overall design scheme at 60 London Wall.
mondrian bronze & glass mesh lighting stairwell detail design
Bronze detailing and glass mesh with subtle uplighting create a highly detailed centrepiece.

Social and collaborative spaces are balanced with quiet zones to allow for focused work, and breakout areas are designed with a hospitality influence. The design delivers the constant physical and virtual connection to clients required, but with a distinct hotel feel rather than that of a corporate office.

mondrian barista bar area design
The result is a space that blurs the boundaries between commercial, residential and hospitality for a comfortable environment that invites collaboration, but which is flexible enough to also encourage individual working. Features such as the gathering fireplace and zoom booths helped us achieve this flexibility.
James White
mondrian games area space
The games area is a comfortable, relaxing space that encourages social connection, leading through to the social kitchen space and the gathering fireplace.
mondrian office space design
The generous 6,000 sq/ft terrace boasts panoramic views across London, with an outdoor laptop bar enabling workers to take advantage of the warmer months.
mondrian terrace area
All employees have their own work desks and access to a full upgrade of all network, PC and AV infrastructure as well as designated zoom booths.
mondrian social kitchen space design
The 9th floor social kitchen provides practical space that transforms from day to night.

The gathering fireplace adds an unexpected element and creates a sense of belonging.

mondrian fireplace area design
The new office has exceeded my highest expectations. It superbly balances design and practicality, space and light, capturing at once the feel of high-end hospitality whilst meeting the multi-various needs of employees.
Clive Gilmore, Mondrian CEO

Conscious Design

'Conscious design’ is always central to MAWD’s approach, and recycled materials have been used innovatively throughout the space. The Autex acoustic panels in the zoom booths are made from recycled plastic bottles.

mondrian office space foresso worktop
The gathering point tabletop, social kitchen countertop and the base of the gathering fire are made from Durat, which contains recycled post-industrial plastics.
mondrian fireplace design detail
Foresso, a material derived from timber waste, is used for the barista bar countertop.
double height mondrian office stairwell design
The striking stairwell is a focal point, allowing the centre of the space to be opened up vertically. It encourages connection between the two floors and creates opportunity for 'incidental' interactions. A gathering point at the bottom of the stairs features a laptop bar, for casual meetings or breakout sessions.