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Complete Remodelling of Ground through 3rd floor of the Hardwicke House office Building, Hatch street. The objective was to create an office Environment reflecting the change in office culture. With significant shifts in ways of working and the rise of agile working spaces Reddy Architecture have provided a complete new workspace and experience for Deloitte.  

Floor area
9,000 m
² (96,875 ft²)

Finalists – Irish Building and Design Awards 2016

We engaged Reddy’s in 2013 in order to help Deloitte create a new workplace model for Dublin followed by the redesign and refurbishment of our conference suite and reception area. More recently we have engaged Reddy’s in the design and fit out of our new office in Galway.

Feedback from our people and clients has been hugely positive on all aspects of the refurbished areas. Rob and Lisa and the team from Reddy’s worked very closely with us and brought a number of key elements to the mix. Not least, an innovative approach to the design by reading the existing space very well and maximising its potential but also by working closely with our business in a collaborative way in order to simply bring our space to life.

John Gray


Reddy Architecture worked closely with the client to create an innovative workplace for Deloitte’s employees. The Design reflects the agile working environment required by the client which Reddy architecture’s interiors team delivered. The inclusion of hot-desks, open plan areas, Shared Private offices, Libraries, Formal and Informal meeting areas along with collaboration areas provided the bases for individual and team based work.

With the majority of employees moving to an open plan assembly the ability to escape and focus was imperative. The use of acoustic furniture and structures played an important role in achieving this. Private offices for individual work at partner level were sited, quite rooms designed for up to 4 people allows for concentration for individual and or confidential meetings. For Informal meetings and breakout zones, acoustic pods were introduced in the centre of the open plan area to encourage collaboration and faster communication between employees.

By thinking ahead and developing a future proof strategy the design can adapt to emerging technology and behaviours of work-style.

Hatch Street Upper, Dublin 2