Morgan Lovell recently completed the design and fit out of disability charity Livability’s new national office, as it relocated from its long-term Shoreditch address to the Greenwich Peninsula. With a focus on delivering an innovative and fully-inclusive workplace, Morgan Lovell was able to transform the way Livability works by placing disabled accessibility at the front and centre of the office design.
As part of its new organisational strategy, Livability wanted to relocate its office base to better reflect its ways of working and its emphasis on accessibility. Every detail has been considered and the office is near North Greenwich tube station, making the journey completely step-free from the tube platform to the charity’s reception area. The space itself has been chosen due to it being as open-plan as possible, having been built without any columns to interfere with the 10,000 sq ft floorplate.
Design: Morgan Lovell
Photography: Philip Vile