As you enter the building, a sleek charcoal timber-panelled wall guides you towards the industrial-framed meeting rooms. A matching panelled curve in the interior gives the impression of a softer space beyond reception. The meeting rooms have been purposely designed to reflect an industrial loft aesthetic, with fluted glazing for privacy during client meetings.
The ground floor is designed for collaboration and flow; and can be used by team members and clients simultaneously. Design teams also have workstations running alongside internal offices, all of which are positioned to take in an abundance of natural light. This layout works to elevate the interior, giving an illusion of more internal space (due to the grouping of workstations).
The colour scheme throughout the design consists of natural materials such as warm timbers, natural stones, charcoal tones and colour-blocked sage laminates and paint. These natural materials are juxtaposed against pops of brass, making the interior feel luxurious, modern and incredibly homely. This interior feel is continued through to the multiple tea points and office spaces across both floors of the fitout.
Internal teams are split across both levels of the office, yet through the clever kitchen design, both floors are encouraged to actively engage over the course of the day. Multiple areas of collaboration and breakout spaces were implemented to make sure that teams could work together and not feel separated.