The company’s brand guidelines were developed by our design team to allow for the incorporation of the brand throughout.
Covering 3000 square feet, the suite is surrounded by windows with views across the city. We were briefed to retain this light and airy feel while also keeping the teams integrated.
The company’s brand guidelines were developed by our design team to allow for the incorporation of the brand throughout the glazing manifestation and a cost-effective yet striking flooring scheme.
We installed two small one-to-one meeting rooms and a large boardroom for regular team meetings, which was installed with full audio visual facilities. A new breakout space was created providing space for the staff to sit together and get away from their desks but which could double up as another ad hoc meeting space.
With the use of clever joinery features we were able to provide storage for coats and bags making them easily accessible from the reception space but which were hidden from view. A central print station was installed in the centre of the floor plate for easy access, but which was cleverly designed with a visual ‘punch through’ allowing light to penetrate and maintaining sight lines across the office.
Amarelle also provided a full furniture specification and installation to comply with the client’s needs. The scheme was delivered within four weeks and was handed over snag free to a very happy client.
Design & fit-out
“Amarelle guided us throughout the project providing great advice, being responsive to work with, happy to make alterations at any point throughout the project and by providing very reasonable quotes.
We were working on a very tight schedule and needed to move out of our serviced offices and into the new offices with as little down time as possible. Amarelle moved Heaven and Earth to make this happen, and they did it! What was a nerve-racking experience for all of us, was made so much easier by a fantastic team that knew exactly what they were doing and how to put the clients at ease every step of the way.”