Deloitte is one of the largest accounting firms in the world, offering integrated services that include Audit, Tax, Consulting and Corporate Finance. Their office in Denmark is unsurprisingly based in Copenhagen, and is situated in a central city location. The office features green hanging gardens that cut into the building volume that create great areas for small breaks and open up the office to natural daylight. As many of us will know, there is nothing worst than a dingy dark and stuffy work environment and so this light and airy approach is a great addition.
The office areas and the central atrium compose one large room. The result is a transparent organisation with a high degree of informal knowledge sharing. The atrium frames one large piece of art; ‘77’, made of light by Steven Scott.The stairs and bridges crossing the atrium display at their bottom sides fields of lights with varying widths, changing colours in a cycle that avoids repetition for several years. Several extraordinary facilities are to be found around in the building, for instance a fitness room, a bar lounge and a circular roof terrace, cut into the penthouse floor. Below ground there are two levels of parking, the lower being an automatic parking device with lifts.