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PwC Northern Ireland, Belfast


Location Client Completion
Belfast, UK PwC 2021

Project details

Design for fit-out of the new 200,000 sq ft nine floor workplace building for PwC Northern Ireland. Relocating them from their existing premises to the new building at Merchant Square.

The building is an amalgamation of three existing structures with a dramatic feature staircase linking floors 4, 5 & 6 connecting the 5th floor restaurant, wellness area & co-working to practice space. Activity based settings allow employees freedom to sit anywhere that suits, using smart storage with USB connectivity, all driving PwC’s agile working initiatives.


  • Industrial heritage of Belfast is themed throughout the building
  • Thread lighting ‘Linenopolis’ arrival entrances for all floors
  • Local slang in lift lobbies i.e. ‘Now we’re sucking diesel’
  • Hints of yellow nod to Harland & Wolff bright yellow cranes Samson & Goliath
  • River Lagan blue light winding to the Restaurant and Wellness areas
  • Northern Irelands’ inventive achievements described on each floor
  • Botanical gardens theme of the 9th floor deli area / tech hub with high quality finishes aligned to a boutique hotel
  • BCO Award- Best Fit-Out of workplace

Integrated services

interior design, graphic design, acoustics