Sunday Business Post – “Shaping the offices of the future” – IIS Space.



Quinton O'Reilly

Journalist – Quinton O’Reilly

Having established itself as a major force in office design and fitout, IIS Space is expanding its efforts by being one of the founding members of a major Europe-wide alliance writes Quinton O’Reilly

With businesses keeping one eye on returning to the workplace, plans are afoot to deal with the new reality office spaces must accommodate.

The requirement for people to work from home this year due to Covid will have a major impact on shaping the offices of the future, likely a combination of traditional offices as well as increased use of remote working hubs.

Staying a step ahead of these wants and needs is something that IIS Space has specialised in for many years.

Founded by Nick Fitzgerald and Michael Jones, the Kildare company has been in business for almost two decades and has significant knowledge and expertise delivering workplace as well as tailored and turnkey fit out projects for major brands.

It has shaped offices for major companies like HPE, Eir and Kerry Group and its efforts have been recognised in national awards like the Considerate Constructers Awards and the Irish Fit Out Awards.

Now it adds another major string to its bow by becoming a founding member of Studio Alliance, a formal group of workplace experts in different countries across Europe.

Launching on Monday 16th November, Studio Alliance offers workplace consultancy, architectural and interior design, fit out and furnishing services across Europe through the alliance members.


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