The EY wavespace in Amsterdam provides the global accounting and advisory firm with a unique and immersive experience for clients and employees, inspiring and enabling them to explore innovative ideas that will help successfully navigate the Transformative Age.
Client EY
Location Amsterdam
Square 300
Timeline February 2018 - September 2018

By attracting people to a space which is completely out of the ordinary and outfitted with the latest technology, EY wavespace takes position as a catalyst for innovation.

The free flowing global wavespace concept was tailored to Amsterdam with a high degree of flexibility, taking the concept and design innovations to a next level. All technology is on display, while seamlessly integrated into a dynamic and layered design. Among the presentation technology it features a high tech screen, seven meters wide, integrated into a felt covered, rounded partitioning wall which can be swung round to host larger conferences or to enclose an intimate space for smaller collaborations.

Wavespace was designed for EY to help clients catch the next wave in business transformations.

An array of high and low pivoting tables and seating elements can be configured to various settings. A rounded glass partition wall acts as an “ordinary” writing board while curtains add to the interactive and softer nature of the space. When free, the wavespace can be used by EY professionals as a comfortable, out of the ordinary workstation within the global activity based working concept EY@Work.

About EY wavespace

Early 2017 EY launched its global network of growth and innovation centers to help clients catch the next wave in radical breakthroughs in business transformation by tapping into innovative thinking across EY disciplines, experience and industry sectors.

The wavespace in Amsterdam is the latest addition to the family and allows companies and organizations to gain hands-on experience with digital developments via showcases and workshops, enabling them to find out how new technologies, including data analytics, blockchain or robotics (RPA) could benefit them.

Photography: Martijn Oorthuis.