Office interior design is completed designed by SHH interior designer. The architect have completed designed an interior design for an office for International Shipping Company. This office is located in London, England. This office interior design was progressed in 2011 by the architect.
The architect, SHH interior designer, has completed an office interior design project in 2011. This interior design project is set within a 5-storey early Georgian terrace in the West End of London; it is designing for an international shipping company. This new office project which is handled by the architect are spacious and dramatic with cool contemporary furniture and interventions which is creating a strong contrast with the building’s classic fabric, which is renovated as a part f the scheme. The major new design features which is include a bespoke chandelier is hanging right through the three storey stair void; the new bespoke furniture which is designed by the architect and beautiful American black walnut herringbone timber flooring which is being installed to restore some of the long-lost richness and quality suggested by the original building envelope.
Office Interior Design Project
The SHH Project Leader, Brendan Heath said that the existing building is really quite dilapidated. The interventions, by the previous tenants have been of poor quality from laminate flooring to dull the lighting, although it has served as an office space in the previous. The architect strategy therefore is to pay the building shell a little more respect and also to follow the architect’s client ‘pure and clean’ brief and the preference for the dark colors, building up a clean, monochrome material palette. Which is including a major upgrade of the services, inevitably, a large slice of the budget also go into the hidden elements necessary to make the offices function to today’s standards, from new data cabling and electrical infrastructure, to air conditioning and fresh air supplies.
To remove more than 200 years of the airborne pollution, the building’s Portland stone facade is thoroughly cleaned. Along with the new landscaping by Chelsea Flower Show double-gold medalist garden designer Kate Gould, who added simple greening in the form of the box hedging to the flat roofted rear area of the building, the external lighting is installed. The receptionist and the lobby area instantly communicate the quality of the new interior once inside the building. the re-polished original stone flooring is leads to a beautiful set f the double doors, whose semi-circular arc frame is stripped of the layers of paint to reveal the original glass infill beneath in a series of the elegant elliptical frames. The door will be open at all times, but the upper portion now allows the sight lines through to the desk and the stair beyond, connecting the spaces.