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9 December 2022 | by Ken Bundy
The award ceremony took place last week and was a glittering celebration of the best interior design projects delivered by teams based in the North of England.
Ken Bundy, Claremont’s lead designer on the Flutter project said: “This award recognises the extraordinary efforts of our team, who delivered our most ambitious and challenging project during a pandemic. We are truly thrilled to have won and have our work recognised by the industry.”
Totalling 164,000 sq ft across seven floors, Flutter’s global HQ in Dublin is a key example of how design can encourage people back into the workplace and facilitate hybrid working. It is home to 1700 employees, a new statement glazed atrium, 110 meeting spaces, 227 agile spaces and 1070 seated positions and some very creative Flutter features – such as entering the building through a football tunnel onto a pitch.
You can read more about the project here.
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