Since The Property Buying Company occupied their new office space they have reported a 100% increase in sales and productivity. These are amazing results and here’s why…
The design and fit-out of the Property Buying company is funky, fresh and more akin to a luxury boutique hotel than a corporate office space, which perfectly reflects their fun and lively personality.
The entrance is warm and welcoming with earthy tones and plenty of colour, exposed ceilings and greenery. There are various seating / work settings in several luxurious velvets with accents of brass and marble, offering employees and visitors an alternative meeting or work setting, from a beautiful L-shape office, hanging chair, fixed banquette seating and poseur height tables.
The flooring in the entrance area is beautiful and perfectly complements the quirky interior. A customised carpet from EGE, featuring an Italian architectural graphic, sits under the lounge area surrounded with herringbone oak floor. We selected 4 different shades of oak LVT planks and laid them randomly to create more depth and character.
Directly accessible and visible from the entrance area is an impressive 16-person boardroom kitted out with Mobili chairs in an array of Kvadrat fabric colours, a reflection of the multi-coloured company logo and their fun let sophisticated character.
The first floor hosts the main office space, together with the director’s offices and tea-point and additional breakout space.
Whilst an exposed ceiling aesthetic was desired, for acoustics reasons, the decision was made to replace the white ceiling tiles with black mesh and paint the grid black. Black bagged insulation is then added on top of the tiles making the acoustics in the room amazing. Perfect for a noisy open plan sales office!
Like the oak floor downstairs, we selected 4 different grey carpet tiles from Interface and laid them randomly to add depth and texture.
The walls are decorated with block colours and prints by Keith Haring, youthful and cool, yet classy. There’s also a heavy textured wall using split-face limestone which makes the space feel warm and homely.
The breakout space celebrates the company’s lively, family spirit with a prosecco and beer tap available to staff on Fridays. The kitchen has copper and chrome accents and a quartz effect top, achieving a high end look with a modest budget.