Hanover 5th and 7th
This office building isn’t a new place of work for us, we had already provided joinery for the second floor when we were asked to return for a further two floors.
On the 5th we manufactured a window side tea point tucked in the far corner of the space, with duck egg coloured doors and drawers, flowing into oak floating shelving, finished off with a dark terrazzo effect solid surface worktop, simple but effective, this tea point was a welcome feature to the room, small enough to remain hidden to most but making good use of the space it was taking up for staff to use during their days at work.
On this floor we also fitted a near hidden, bespoke fitted cupboard, colour matched to the existing walls to be a seamless feature.
Moving to the top floor of the block, there was plenty to look at. Upon opening the frosted glass doors, immediately met with a stunning test point and display, using a similar colour scheme to its downstairs counterpart, the tea point ran wall to wall, with top lit oak shelving either side of it, framing it perfectly within the room. A series of wall cabinets and under mounted oak shelves made this searingly simple configuration really pop, a light and bright solid surface worktop was used on this one to bring a little brightness to the room.
Place just aside this, positioned like a kitchen island was a similar display to that of the original office we fitted, a three tier, oval pedestal wrapped in a gold metal frame holding two levels of toughened glass to hold various live plants, giving a natural and homely feel to the room.
We also provide fitted shelving and radiator covers in two of the office rooms to make use of the back wall and allow for maximum storage space in the small areas they were in.
Just down the corridor were the meeting a and managerial rooms, in the meeting room we installed similar fitted cabinets, but instead of open shelving, doors were used to hide away meeting equipment and prevent cluttering of the space for anyone using it. The managerial room was fitted with bespoke oak floor to ceiling shelving to be used as a display in an otherwise unused room.