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Having concentrated heavily on the detail in the early stages of the design phase, Saracen’s small works division was able to finish the main works of the project quickly and efficiently, providing AGIC with an elegant working environment, suitable to accommodate visitors as well as the company’s staff members.

Work on this showcase project met with stringent listed building conditions and included the fitting of bespoke cabinetry, a custom-made pendant light and luxury  flooring throughout; a new tea point, with solid Staron top and upstand, and  Karndean flooring. Saracen also sourced and supplied all new furniture and storage for the board room and office accomodation.

“We’re always mindful of the location of a building; Berkeley Square is one of London’s most impressive addresses and so there’s an automatic expectation that any works carried out on buildings in this area will be to the highest standard.

Jobs like this are won on the basis of the designs submitted, and the level of collaboration and interaction undertaken, during these early stages. As good design is now recognised as vital to the changing workplace, being identified and selected on the basis of our designs is a very good position for us to be in.”
Michael Page, Director of Saracen Interiors