Location: Vintners Place London
Project: Office Design and Fit Out
Project Size: 17,000 sq ft
Timeline: 12 weeks
The turnkey project comprised the full fit out of the South East wing on the second floor of the building. Work to the reception area included a combination of exceptionally high quality walnut, graphite and stone finishes. A bespoke feature desk of graphite and stainless steel was installed along with elevated ceiling sections with uplighters, an integrated media wall and natural stone porcelain floor tiles with pantone branded mosaic insert tiles. The open plan offices are now expected to accommodate approximately 160 employees and have been designed to allow for flexible working with docking mounts, timberslatted dining booths and a snug with astro turf flooring. Fittings and furniture include Senator work stations, Knoll and Vitra seating booths, with integrated plug and play technology and varying work station heights, to increase vitality and promote collaborative working. A 30-metre feature ceiling raft also marks a centralised zone designed to change office dynamics, reflecting different levels and dimensions in the use of the open space
“Saracen worked in challenging circumstances as there are certain logistics to consider when carrying out any alterations to a historic building of such prestige in this location. The team designed according to what it had absorbed from us during the early stages to deliver outstanding results that best promote our brand while fulfilling the needs of our staff. We look forward to working with them closely again in the future as a trusted partner.”
Kathryn Partridge, Vice President of Brand and Corporate Communications at Tata Communications
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