Dividing the space with interior design
The second phase involved creating the sale/lettings sides. The building already benefited from two separate entrances and although the space inside was unobstructed, this provided a natural division. Internal separation was achieved cosmetically.
A tinted glass partition provides a visual distinction and sound privacy, while the desks are a reverse of each other – white with mahogany modestly panels for sales, and mahogany with white modesty panels for lettings. There’s also a change of floor covering from one department to the other – striped for sales and plain for lettings.
The ‘reverse’ trend was also used on the internally illuminated external signage - yellow lettering on a burgundy background for sales, and burgundy lettering on a white background for lettings.
Setting the branch apart
A careful selection of colours, finishes and fixtures were specified to fulfill the second half of the client’s brief, in preparation for its upscale ‘Village Agency’ position. Elevating the space is the bespoke wall panelling, a soft, muted colour palette, luxurious yet hardwearing herringbone-effect parquet vinyl, bespoke sepia tone printed canvasses and contemporary chandeliers.
This office fit-out also included a custom-made map, colour-matched 3D word art, new office furniture, the addition of a new cloakroom, the refurbishment of an existing WC, a refurbishment of the communal kitchen, the creation of a private office, the making good of the basement, customised welcome mats, A3 illuminated window display units and made-to-measure window graphics.
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