Case Study: Meet in Place
Luxury quartz brand Caesarstone takes centre stage in the recently-opened London offices of Meet in Place – the start-up revolutionising the business meeting experience by offering fully serviced, design-led meeting room complexes. The new location is its first in Europe following huge success off the back of its NYC and Tel Aviv outposts.
Located on King William street in the modern financial centre of London, Meet in Place offers a high-quality solution for small businesses, big corporations and freelancers to conduct off-site business meetings. Welcoming visitors and customers in the company’s first European location is an extensive reception desk topped, with Caesarstone’s 4120 Raven.
Steve Gibbs, Commercial Manager at Caesarstone, looking after Architects and Designers, comments: “This is a very exciting project to be involved in and one of many commercial/office installations that we have recently completed in the UK. As illustrated with this latest Meet in Place, serious consideration is being given to the design and materials used in modern work spaces as owners appreciate the value of quality-built environments, even when offices have been purposely designed to be accessible to all.”
Meet in Place founders saw a lack of affordable and easily accessible meetings rooms around the world, including London. With the rise of open office designs, and shared co-working spaces there are fewer private spaces in the work place and a growing need for an off-site location catered to meetings. Noticing this trend, the team behind Meet in Place came up with a viable alternative to loud, often-full coffee shops or costly hotel conference rooms.
"The best way to describe Meet in Place is a ‘Boutique hotel for meeting rooms’”, says Yaron Kopel, CEO and Founder of Meet in Place. “Big companies, freelancers, and traveling businessmen all use our various specially designed meeting spaces. Our prime locations come equipped with the best technology and are serviced by a dedicated team of experience managers”.
Specialising in meeting rooms designed with a global mindset, yet local touch, all Meet in Place complexes around the world are located in prime locations of major global cities with large windows overlooking the neighbourhood. The Scandinavian inspired interiors are designed to be open and inviting without feeling sterile, providing a pleasing and functional place to work and meet. King William street complex also includes designs by other household names such as Todd Bracher, nendo and Tom Dixon, to name a few.