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Pyramids, Bathgate


Ashfield Land




Design Proposals

Ashfield Land appointed Threesixty to develop concept proposals to refurbish and upgrade over 120,000sqft of vacant office and communal landlord space. Originally designed as 20,000sqft office units, these units are connected by a common circulation route – a ‘street’- providing access to each office space and supporting welfare facilities.

The existing circulation routes are generous in scale and flooded with natural light, albeit impersonal and utilitarian in appearance. Our proposals seek to introduce a biophilic and wellbeing led aesthetic that softens the existing finish and creates spaces that are purposeful and welcoming to the users. As part of the design concept, we have proposed communal break-out spaces (within existing atria), an internal running track, and improved arrival areas to the office units.

We have designed and visualised alternative office fit-out solutions for our Client, ranging from an archetypical Grade A shell specification, to a contemporary ‘defurbished’ aesthetic. This design exercise provided Ashfield Land with the visual output that supported a successful re-let of the office spaces to new tenants.