A classy art-deco theme with accents of masculinity such as rich timber tones, antique brass finishes and corrugated glass, might sound like a 1920s movie set, but is exactly what sets the scene at Supra Capital’s offices in Armadale – one of our most recently completed fitouts.
“We were asked to create a commercial office fitout with a sense of sophistication. The biggest challenge we had was finding the right balance for the style – trying to really push that classy art-deco feel in a corporate office environment,” says Canopy’s Interior Architect, Sam Fossati
“Our client had a few ideas but gave us a lot of creative control and after we had a look at a few spaces with similar themes, we had a pretty good idea of what we wanted to achieve.”
Check out some of Sam’s standout features for Supra Capital’s Office Fitout below.
Corrugated glass screen
The purpose of the corrugated glass was to achieve a sense of privacy between the utilities area and the boardroom. The glass panels run floor to ceiling and are encased by an antique brass finish, adding to the overall aesthetic. We used a solid brass panel to break up the glass and tie in with the overhead pendant lights and workstation dividers.
The workstation dividers
The workstation dividers have a custom-designed Gatsby Arch, which is laser cut within the divider itself. The pattern was actually designed from scratch by us and is an iconic art-deco feature, which helps to add that special touch to the overall workspace area
Central tea point
We wanted a central tea point that could be accessible from both sides, acting as a divider between workstation groups but doubling up as a storage space. The rich timber finish has been matched specifically to the workstation tops to tie the tones together. We finished the kitchen off with glass shelves and a beautiful brass sink – for the ultimate in class.
Curved glass wall to maximise space
Another feature within the design is the existing curved glass wall. Prior to the fitout, this room had been blocked off, so it was never really used. By opening up the entire space, the curved glass became its own incredible feature. We added a Chesterfield sofa accompanied by a cowhide rug underfoot and some irregular hung brass and glass pendant lights to really finish it off.
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