Tsunami Axis’ new London showroom

Tsunami Axis are excited to announce our move to 24-32 Stephenson Way, NW1, into a fantastic new agile workspace. Designed in-house by one of our most experienced designers and brand manager Lee Smith.

‘I wanted to create an office space that reflected both our new brand vision and the rich 18 year history of Tsunami Axis. With on trend graphics, fabrics and finishes keeping the feel up to date, but little things like each meeting room being named after each of our old London offices to bring in our heritage.’

Sense Team Table and Mirra 2 Task Chairs by Herman Miller, Ollin Monitor Arms by CBS, BuzziGrid Accoustic Baffle by BuzziSpace, Banc Booth and Cellular Single Pod by Brunner and Bespoke Storagewall by Freewall

We decided to make the move to Stephenson Way from Scala Street having grown at our previous London address from thirty two employees to fifty five in less than five years. We’d pushed the space to breaking point, while working across four floors meant collaboration became more difficult. Sam Baxter – Southern Regional Sales Manager commented that: ‘Our new space will make a massive difference to the way we work as a company, creating the perfect environment to collaborate and work in teams. The space also provides multiple creative ‘project spaces’ where we can work with our clients, and their professional teams alongside Herman Miller and our partner suppliers.’

Our new agile showroom/office space incorporates sit-stand desking areas, meeting rooms and informal meeting areas, lounge scenes and a bar/hosting area. This creates an atmosphere where we can choose different areas to fit our mode of work at any one time.

 

Mirra 2 Task Seating and Ratio Height Adjustable Desking by Herman Miller, CBS Flo Monitor Arms, Viv Stools by Naughtone and Lockers and planter tops by Maine

 

State Meeting Table and A-Chair Meeting Chairs by Brunner, Bespoke Storagewall by Offspring, Pixel Global AV, and BuzziBlox Acoustic Panels by BuzziSpace

 

Bespoke Bar and cabinets by JCL Workbench


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