Location: Shoreditch London
Project: Office Design and Fit Out
Project Size: 4,500 sq ft
Timeline: 4 weeks
Saracen Interiors has completed a fast-track, refurbishment project for creative agency, Creature of London. Work was completed in just four weeks, with the leading workplace consultant liaising closely with Creature to make sure the overall vision of the office project was met while ensuring the agency’s staff suffered minimum disruption to enable a ‘business as usual’ approach. Key aspects of the project included a wood-lined den, complete with television and scatter cushions, an extended kitchen area, doubling the original kitchen size, pinnable plywood walls and the supply of bespoke desks and pedestals. The walls were made from old-fashioned, pressed paper fibre board, sourced and supplied by the interiors expert. Lighting and flooring was also installed throughout and all work was completed on time and within budget.
Bex Reichwald of Creature of London is delighted with the end result: “Saracen’s project manager spent time really getting to know us in order to fully evaluate our requirement and to come up with suggestions that will make a difference, going forward, to the smooth running of the working day. The ply walls throughout are a boon for our designers who are constantly coming up with ideas and creating but are always running out of space for post-its. “Even the entrance door to the meeting room is made of ply, giving it the appearance of a secret door and adding to the overall effect. This office environment will help us to raise our game and is worthy of an up and coming, creative, London brand. We’re looking forward to welcoming clients to the premises.”
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