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Having owned 123 Golden Lane since 1978, learning disability charity, Mencap, decided to sell its 34,000 sq ft building in London and relocate to a space more in line with their preferred ways of working.

Taking a pre-fitted office, Mencap enlisted our help to adapt the space so that it’s inclusive, accessible and meets the needs of their diverse workforce.


Despite the smaller floorplate, Mencap’s more modern and fit-for-purpose space allows for collaboration between colleagues, improved accessibility and accomodates hybrid ways of working.

Open plan desking sits at the heart of the space, with meeting space located at the perimeter. We removed an existing partition between the boardroom and smaller meeting room with a folding solution to allow for improved adaptability when necessary.

Fulfilling the brief

Recognising the need for quiet spaces, we introduced a number of glazed phone booths that can be used for focussed work or video calls, without compromising the natural light the space benefits from.

A reworked reception area sits at the entrance of the space to welcome colleagues and visitors and meeting rooms have been equipped with AV equipment. 


Mencap’s modern and fit-for-purpose space has had a significant impact on collaboration between employees, whilst improving the cost-effectiveness of the charity’s operations and activities.


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