The £1.4m office will span 7,000 sq ft in the historic Exchange Flags building.
Opening up on 1 June, the new space will be the base for 50 of the financial services firm’s staff members. Sedulo spent £400,000 on transforming the space, with the rest of the project fund going towards rent. The office is designed by Paul Cheetham-Karcz, Sedulo’s managing partner. Manchester-based Urbanise, led by operations director Matt Kimber, handled the build.
The Liverpool Sedulo office has a 3,000 sq ft bar and table football. Meeting spaces are themed. The boardroom named after World War II hero Admiral Sir Max Horton and is set up as a military bunker. Oprah Winfrey is the inspiration for a podcast studio. Another room is devoted to McVitie’s and Crawfords biscuits, the latter of which started out in Liverpool. With a nod to the city’s vibrant football culture, there’s even a “Klopp Kendall Suite,” named after Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp and Everton legend Howard Kendall.
The office also has a roof terrace offering views of the Liver Building and River Mersey.
Cheetham-Karcz filmed a walkthrough of the then-empty office in August last year, outlining where exactly each of the breakout spaces would go.
In addition to Liverpool, Sedulo also has offices in Manchester, Leeds and London.
Exchange Flags is owned by Ashtrom Properties UK, which bought the iconic building for £68m in 2019.