Brunel Delft

Location: Delft
Surface: 825 m2
Activities: CO to TO, project management, execution supervision
Project completion: nov 2022
Photography: Wouter van der Sar
Since 2009, Heyligers Architects has designed several offices for specialist staffing firm Brunel. Brunel recruits personnel for various fields. An important business unit is engineering, which deals with the energy transition. Brunel supports this transition and shows this, among other things, by sponsoring the Brunel Solar Team. Therefore, energy transition and sustainability are the theme of the design for their new office in Delft.

We developed a new workplace concept and corporate identity for this location. Creating a homely atmosphere was the starting point here, just as the office should be suitable for hybrid working. In addition to the ARBO flex-workstations, a focus room and several ‘pods’ have been placed for online calls or telephone conversations. The flexible workstations are interspersed with round seating areas and steel frames that incorporate whiteboards and plants. We marked the area where the special functions like the ‘pods,’ various seating areas and a scrum room are organized with a wooden slatted ceiling. A relaxation area is provided for relaxation during the working day. All materials used are sustainable and/or circular.

The intake rooms where interviews with candidates take place all have their own theme around renewable energy. For example, a solar, turbine and hydrogen room. The themes are reflected in the wall finishes and in the special lighting fixtures.

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