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Spacious modern office break area featuring a mix of seating options, from plush sofas to wooden benches, under a distinctive lighting scheme with a dynamic, wavy LED track. A communal kitchen is anchored by potted plants, promoting an inviting and comfortable collaborative workspace.
Spacious modern office break area featuring a mix of seating options, from plush sofas to wooden benches, under a distinctive lighting scheme with a dynamic, wavy LED track. A communal kitchen is anchored by potted plants, promoting an inviting and comfortable collaborative workspace.

Capital One London

Strategic Design Fuels Capital One's London Expansion

Modern office kitchen and break area with geometric ceiling lights, reflecting off white surfaces, and vibrant orange cabinets offering a pop of color amidst a predominantly neutral color scheme.

This flexible workspace accommodates 250 employees, who have an array of space types—social hub, touch-down areas, a connecting stair, and a blend of formal and informal meeting spaces—to do work in. Part of our fim’s longstanding collaboration with Capital One across the UK and USA, we leveraged our previous strategy analyses of other Capital One projects to ensure that each space in the London office not only supported the company’s current operational needs but also remained adaptable for future growth. Movable walls, integrated technology, and a diverse range of work areas combining both low-tech and high-tech solutions to support and inspire the innovative work Capital One is known for.

A flexible design accommodating 250 staff, with areas ranging from social hubs to various meeting rooms.

Strategic space planning ensuring adaptability for future company developments and efficiency in space usage.

A balanced integration of technology and movable design elements, fostering a dynamic and versatile working environment.

“Capital One’s new offices have been designed with technological innovation and collaboration as its core focus, to enable Capital One’s employees freedom and flexibility in how and where they work.”

Bronte Turner

Principal, Managing Director of London

“Our move to White Collar Factory is a key part of our drive to put digital and tech capabilities at the core of our business strategy. The new office puts us at the heart of London’s innovation and fintech hub, making it easier to recruit from one of the best talent pools in the world and to integrate into the London tech community. This move will play a pivotal role in our future success in the UK.”

Amy Lenander

Capital One UK CEO