This is an adaptive re-use proposal for a new office space in London, utilising our modern workplace strategies and technologies that are part of one of our current research projects. The future of workplaces is bringing together the spaces we love into our office. The park, the cafe, the home... it's all here. Cold corporate offices are becoming a thing of the past. New office spaces have less and less permanent fixtures and are increasingly flexible, however, achieving adequate acoustic variation and privacy are key to making this type of space work. Newly developed translucent acoustic curtains can help with this issue. Flexible furniture and computers that can change levels and configurations, such as the Surface Studio and laptops are also key to the ultimate flexible workspace. Touch screen technology and mobile devices make the dream of a paperless office a real possibility, which frees up space and allows easy collaboration. We are also interested in exploring Biophilic design. Biophilic design can reduce stress, enhance creativity and clarity of thought, improve our well-being and expedite healing; as the world population continues to urbanize, these qualities are ever more important. We see relaxing and active spaces as another way employees can relax and keep healthy. All of this works hand in hand in conjunction with flexible hours and activity based working, along with a number of new technologies such as virtual assistants, AR + VR.