Client: Steve Vik International
Our client has taken on a new office space due to expansion and will be putting a team of 12 into the new office space. The new office was previously used as a café/social space and has plenty of space. The customer wanted to divide of areas for eating, informal meetings and storage without putting in solid walls.
We drew the office using CAD software which enabled us to provide a few layout options. The 12 new desk positions were nice and simple down one side in front of the windows. The social spaces had more options and layouts to get this right for the customer. With the canteen and social spaces we provided options using meeting pods and soft seating along with open timber room dividers. The timber dividers would provide a visual separation whilst keeping it light and open. We designed the timber screens to have shelving which adds interest and space to put plants. Plants are always a great addition to the office and adding greenery and interest.
Building the screens
The timber screens were built on the floor before being stood up and fixed in place. The screens were fixed using Dowell joints to ensure the screws aren’t visible. Sections of beading were installed along the bottom of the shelves to prevent plant pots from sliding off. The timber screens were then finished with 2 layers of hardwearing stained varnish to make the colour match the office.
The vibrant coloured swivel chairs are made to order and add a fantastic pop of colour to the new informal meeting area. The customer added in their own dining furniture and a range of plants to make this area super fun and comfortable.
Do you want a social working environment or have a canteen to upgrade?
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