TopBrewer installed to encourage staff to use new breakout space
TopBrewer is a main attraction in Assael Architecture's new breakout space
Assael Architecture have integrated a state-of-the-art TopBrewer coffee machine to encourage staff to use its brand new breakout space.John Assael, Co-Founder of the RIBA Chartered Practice, first experienced the TopBrewer whilst visiting RIBA’s offices at Portland Place where two TopBrewer coffee points are positioned in ‘The Forum’; a destination where Architects can meet and collaborate.
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John Assael, Co-Founder of the RIBA Chartered Practice, first experienced the TopBrewer whilst visiting RIBA’s offices at Portland Place.
“We envisaged the café area as the ‘watering hole’ where staff could freely meet and collaborate over good coffee and the integration of the TopBrewer has been a catalyst to this thanks to its innovative design.”
Stephen Willmore, Associate Director, Assael Architecture
The new ground floor space is also used for client meetings and has been well received by visitors.
“When clients arrive at the reception area, our Front of House team encourage them to customise their drinks to their personal taste with the TopBrewer. They love the fact that they can create their own personalised drinks rather than just getting a simple tea or coffee.”
Anna Leigh, Project Architect, Assael Architecture