installation case study

HH Global

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Our client, a regional office of a global corporate business, relocated to a neighbouring business centre and embarked on an office upgrade, with the aim of encouraging the majority of their staff to work from the office, instead of working from home. They were keen to create a comfortable and modern office space with hot desking, formal and informal meeting areas, breakout spaces and management desking. As a busy and vibrant business, it was important to reduce noise pollution with acoustic solutions throughout.  

2D space planning was used extensively to find the best set up for the various zones required in the main office space.  We utilised the existing partitioning, whilst adding a glass partition and entrance door to create a quiet working room.

The existing interior was looking tired therefore was painting throughout, including the existing partition.  New LED lighting was added above each working area, including stylish pendant lighting above dining table and meeting booths. New environmentally friendly blinds, made from 100% recycled ocean plastics were installed in every window and new carpet tiles was installed alongside vinyl for the dining/kitchen area.

New furniture consisted of arrange of bench desking with acoustic ceiling rafts above to reduce noise.  Desk dividers with acoustic fabric was also utilised alongside double monitor arms and power modules, offering the perfect power ready hot desks.  A central breakout area with soft seating became the office focal point in the centre of the main office.  A dining and kitchen area with poseur height table and seating to the rear of the room offers refreshments. 

To make the most of the available space, two 4-person meeting booths with acoustic fabric were positioned side to side, offering semi-private quiet meeting areas.  Separate meeting rooms were furnished with large meeting tables and chairs and connectivity. A separate breakout room with poseur height eating area and soft seating gave staff members a separate space to socialise at lunchtimes.  

To create a barrier to add privacy and help separate the work zones, planters were incorporated into the end of bench desk storage units.  The client filled these with fresh plants to add welcome greenery throughout and improving wellbeing.

Furniture finishes and fabric colours were chosen by the client to match their colour palette, a choice of shades of grey – graphite and stone grey with hints of gold oak and white.  

The result being a fresh and structured set of offices, offering varied working zones, plenty of meeting spaces and breakout areas for staff to work hard and flourish.

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