The interior design & space planning of a building is where we have the greatest
opportunity to influence and delight our clients.
Initially and crucially, we listen and understand our clients business then we look at the way people
move through a space to perform their daily tasks and use this to influence our approach. The room
shapes, acoustics, lighting, and tactile response of the interiors are fundamental to the whole
design concept. Materials and furnishings are selected with great care — they help to generate the
sensory experience for people at work or during study.
Our qualified interior design specialists work closely with our architectural and building services teams. Together they produce holistic design themes and space planning that work perfectly for either interior fit out or refurbishment projects.
At every stage we consult and communicate with our clients to ensure we continually understand and exceed your expectations. We seek their opinion on samples of furniture, lighting, finishes, fabrics, colours, and accessories. Our inclusive approach means that we consider the requirements and expectations of clients from the outset.
This is the first place we will begin, using measurements taken at our initial meeting we will produce scaled CAD drawings of your workplace.
These are extremely helpful in order to get a clear overview of your project and make the best use of the space available to you.
We can design the best layout for you incorporating new and existing furniture, storage requirements, partition walls, decoration and any mechanical and electrical elements.
Space planning is an essential part of designing a workplace. Our design team can advise you how many people can be accommodated, identify areas that are under utilized (potentially saving you thousands in unnecessary rental space) and work with your existing furniture as well as suppling new furniture thats right for you.
If you are in need of something impressive to show employees, colleagues or the general public we can produce photo realistic views from any angle. This means that you can see your finished office and even suggest changes before any real-world changes have happened this can really help you explain your plans to people and works especially well for their breakout facilities and staff areas.
Below are some examples of what our interior designer can produce for you.