Open collaboration areas are positioned away from work points, limiting the number of interruptions in a day.
"We became comfortable with tech being a numbers game over the last ten years – how many open seats can you fit in one space? says Janay Koldingnes of Edit Studios.
"Through the pandemic, we saw a shift in sentiment towards having more control over private space – pPeople want spaces with little distraction.
"The Trulioo space plan became an exercise not in the headcount, but in optimising the number of private spaces teams can access without booking them."
Over 60% of Trulioo's space comprises amenity areas, collaboration, and meeting spaces, and open collaboration areas are centrally located around work points, each with a slightly different fit and feel.
Edit designed a 139m² library, created for heads-down focused work, and a 'living room' that offers a more social setting to collaborate, watch the news, or play Xbox with a colleague.
The café allows staff to meet weekly with state-of-the-art technology to host town halls.
Within this space, Edit carved out 'Arcade Alley', home to various vintage arcade games, foosball and ping kong.
Discreetly tucked away behind wooden doors is Trulioo's very own Irish pub, offering a bespoke nod to their satellite office in Dublin.