TopBrewer Case Study: Coffee is the center for social cohesion in the Royal Institute of British Architects head office building.

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Royal Institute of British Architects chose to incorporate TopBrewer into the plans at their new office space, which is designed to help foster collaboration and inspiration.

“We wanted to create focal points within the social space for staff and members to meet and collaborate,” said Martin Pascoe, Head of Projects & Building Strategy/House Architect at the RIBA. “The introduction of the TopBrewer allowed us to re-think the whole refreshment experience and integrate coffee as part of the overall design. We were instantly drawn to the stylish design of the TopBrewer but we were also very impressed with the quality of the coffee and the chocolate. The communal aspect of the TopBrewer was an important feature as it allowed us to put coffee ‘in the round’ and create zones where staff can gather around the coffee machine.”

If you would like to create a similar experience in your New York City break room, turning it into a space which promotes collaboration, inspiration and productivity, then I encourage you to read the below case study from our TopBrewer partner in the U.K.  

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