The brief given to interior decorator, Pam Shaw and Urban World was to design a free-flowing, creative space for the fast-growing fibre network installation company, Vumatel. Although their corporate colours are a vibrant pink, their interiors are toned down, relaxed and comforting which contrasts the high-speed world they operate in. Grainy woods and soft greys were selected for the open-plan desks which were supported on light-weight black loop frames. Compact all-purpose tower storage provided natural divisions between the clusters and tactile ‘felt’ screens with detailed piping achieved a cushioned/homely effect. The red circular POD style seating provided effective huddle spots for hot-desking and informal discussions. Finally, modular two-toned couches, bespoke coffee tables and splashes of brightly coloured cushions offered a stress-free zone for the young, dynamic staff to escape to!View Project
The design team was asked to create a fresh, crisp look for the headquarters of this fruit exporter, incorporating key elements reflecting the orchards & apple crates which are key to this industry. The slimline 16mm desks and storage with 2-tone woodgrain and white finishes and the industrial style ceiling were selected to be a neutral palette to offset the bright green accents. Perspex screens and multi-purpose units doubling up as room dividers were used to separate the different departments within the large open plan space. A beautiful segmented round table with custom-designed tub chairs became the focal point of the installation with the result that the client was delighted with the interpretation of their original brief.View Project
The brief for this project was to accommodate 900 call centre staff including supervisors and management within an open space of 4800 sq.m. The double-volume exposed ceilings and industrial feel were to be a feature and workstations needed to be bright, cheerful, include wire management and be cost-effective. Clusters were colour coded with fabric screens to demarcate departments and design elements featured huddle rooms either with facades painted a similar colour to the fabrics or as an open framework with ottoman seating. Also included were locker rooms equipped with steel lockers painted with multi-coloured doors.
We were approached to create a fresh, contemporary work space for this client's new airport-based building. With limited space & budget, we were eager to design appealing & functional furniture highlighting their corporate identity yet being compact & economical at the same time. With thoughtful space-planning we grouped the desks into bench-style clusters that used minimal floor space & achieved the desired cost savings. Double worktops divided by drop-in sandblasted glass screens kept the desks simple to install whilst the supporting desk-height pedestals allowed us to keep the white metal frames to a minimum. Bespoke mobile ottomans with handles were designed to double up as shared visitors’ chairs & pause area soft seating. Their corporate colour, red, was used in the fabrics & on the walls to brighten up the interiors against the background of the neutral Coimbra & white furniture. The canteen wallpaper created a spacious, outdoor backdrop against the café chairs & tables with the aeroplane providing a focal point. The client was very pleased with the final product & their feedback helped us develop a functional & effective design for future projects.View Project
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