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TRANSPERFECT

CASE STUDY

MEDIA

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WHITECHAPEL

TransPerfect, a global translation company who previously resided over two buildings in London embraced the opportunity to relocate to one building at Aldgate house, London. Incorporating a recreation room for TransPerfect staff, hang outs was top of the client brief. A home for table tennis tournaments, GTA created a bespoke installation of hundreds of ping pong bats that is not only a unique feature but is also an acoustic enhancement.

AT A GLANCE

Specialist rooms were built slab to slab to meet regulatory standards.

WHITECHAPEL

26,200 SQ.FT

12 WEEKS

£1.6M

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TEAM SPOTLIGHT

ROGER WHITE

ROGER WHITE

Site Manager

DAVID CORBISIERO

DAVID CORBISIERO

Architectural Technical Lead

HOW WE DID IT...

The workplace design journey began creating fit factor space planning and building analysis of several building prospects.
 The newly refurbished Aldgate House boasts raw concrete columns, exposed services with minimal raft ceilings. To meet TransPerfect’ compliance standards, specialist rooms were built slab to slab and new ceiling treatments adopted to ensure high acoustic performance.
 The meeting room suite features concrete panelling, idea walls and room booking systems which teamed with the virtual receptionist makes for a more efficient front of house.
 The GTA design team retained the exposed services industrial look in the tea points with enamel pendant lights, concrete panelling, and bespoke sign writing - done the traditional painted way!
A wall of table tennis paddles are not only a feature but an acoustic buffer.

A wall of table tennis paddles are not only a feature but an acoustic buffer.

Sign writing - done the traditional painted way!

Sign writing - done the traditional painted way!

Concrete panelling provide a raw backdrop to reception.

Concrete panelling provide a raw backdrop to reception.

THE DETAIL

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