Working closely with Cloudflare, Jump Studios’ design transformed a former paper factory in London’s Southwark area into a bright, efficient space.
As a rapidly expanding company, Cloudflare required an office that could accommodate a rapidly growing workforce and future development. They also desired a workspace modelled around Cloudflare’s curiosity for how things work. Jump Studios’ design delivers a space that is flexible and can be adapted to provide additional capacity for future expansion.
The refurbished 7,000 square foot office includes around 100 desks with large social areas connected to the outside terrace space. The central area of the office is a form of ‘spine’ constructed out of OSB (Oriented-strand board) which weaves throughout the office. This spine maintains physical and visual connectivity throughout the floor and forms walls, rooms, storage and shelving units for Cloudflare to display tools, gadgets, books and awards. Informal meeting spaces sit within and around the spine for employees to relax and hold meetings in throughout the day. Larger work desks surround the central area and encourage collaborative working
A flexible, 40-capacity auditorium extends from the spine and includes a step seating area and projection screen positioned on the North side. Two curtain rails spanning the width of the space allow for the area to be broken up for varied uses. A larger eight-person board room is hidden behind the auditorium beneath the steps.