Flight Centre Vancouver

With a new CEO who wanted to evolve the business, it was decided that Flight Centre in Vancouver needed to move from its dark and uninspiring corporate office into one that was spacious and bright, and captured the company's culture of fun, community, and world travel.

Through workshops conducted with their teams, Figure3 uncovered critical observations about what they wanted from their new space. They wanted an office that would encourage collaboration, foster connections between staff, and spark inspiration.

Flight Centre Vancouver game room with pool table, grey sofa, and abstract patterned wallpaper
“Figure3 did a great job designing an inspiring place for our staff to work in. We are constantly reminded how nice the space is whenever staff from our other offices across the country and around the world, as well as guests and business partners, see it for the first time.”
John van Tuinen, VP Property & Procurement, Flight Centre

Doing Things Differently

Rotate Your Device Flight Centre Vancouver seating area with tables, bench seating, yellow wall, and yellow and blue patterned wallpaper

Inviting one to explore, zones were created throughout the space that tell a story of travel.

Bird's-eye view photography of international landmarks were transformed into abstracted custom wall graphics, creating eclectic, colourful patterns.

Rotate Your Device Flight Centre Vancouver reception area with Flight Centre logo, next to meeting room with glass walls

Individual work spaces blend with common areas and formal meeting rooms, accommodating choice and people's different working styles.

Rotate Your Device Flight Centre Vancouver seating area with bench seating, tables, chairs, red wall, and blue patterned wallpaper

Gathering spaces are dispersed across the office, encouraging movement and collaboration.