- Site Appraisal
- Creative Workshops
- Interior Design, Graphics, Signage
- Lighting Design & Specification
- Furniture Design & Specification
- Construction Drawings, Warrants & Planning
- Project Management of Fit-out
In 2013 Skyscanner were the regional winners of the BCO (British Council for Offices) Best Fit-Out of Workplace award.
Design a flexible, vibrant, stimulating and flexible office space which reflects the company’s personality and allows for future growth.”
Skyscanner is one of Scotland’s great business successes, and is one of the world’s leading travel search engines. Bright were commissioned to undertake the design and implementation of their new home, located at the prestigious Quartermile development in central Edinburgh. Our original designs caused a stir, and have subsequently been used as the blueprint for Skyscanner’s offices throughout the world.
They wanted to move to one office, which would house up to 200 employees and provide a space that reflected their brand and personality; giving them a vibrant, stimulating, flexible and fun working environment. Critically the design had to allow for the planned future growth of the company and the requisite replanning of the office space.
Skyscanner wanted a large open plan space which fostered a collaborative, connected and fun work ethos. The management team at Skyscanner believe that if you have a fun environment, in which you can be mentally relaxed, creativity will be enabled. Our approach tapped into this ethos and utilised all the aspects of the interior to communicate the Skyscanner brand. The use of bold colour, graphics and an imaginative selection of flooring furniture – including some with a sense humour – provided an environment which the whole workforce are proud to work in.
The whole project from concept to completion, at 16 weeks, was an outstanding achievement both for the design team and client leading to a British Council for Offices (BCO) Regional Award for best office fit-out.
The Build in Progress...
See how the design and office build progressed...