Featured Work / 444 Queen
The brief was to create two tenancies that were very different from one another. It was obvious to therefore have one dominant in black, and the other dominant in white. We also ensured each had a different “vibe”, which was also achieved with the use of furniture and styling.
Suite B: A moody, welcoming space that is softened by a sheer curtain to the boardroom and dark tie-dye look carpet. A bronzed mirror to the entry creates a great sense of warmth and mood but creates the illusion of space. A feature of hanging decorative plants along the windows create a visual distraction from the exterior and helps to create an inspiring workspace. Lots of black elements create a masculine, modern space. As it was important that we maximise the use of this small tenancy, the kitchen was designed as a multipurpose space – therefore included a whiteboard wall and included a glass sliding door. This enabled the room to be not only used as a lunchroom but as a secondary internal meeting space.
Suite C: A fresh, clean and open space that had a glamorous and slightly feminine vibe. It was important to create the illusion of space and light in what was a dark portion of the building. Wallpaper featuring small buildings help to allude to a New York apartment vibe. This was also achieved with the inclusions of luxurious fabrics such as velvet, and metallic finishes in the lighting and accessories. We also ensured we had a different workstation screen system to separate its look from Suite B and show clients a different use.
- Contrasting white and black accents for the different suites
- Plant accents to freshen up the interiors
- Soft accents such as sheer curtains
- Multi-purpose kitchen
- Functional whiteboard walls
- Uniquely designed boardrooms
- Meeting or breakaway spaces