WJ Mead needed an update to their office without breaking the bank. The solution? New furniture, Signage & lighting. The Office Interior Company designers set about creating a specification that worked with the clients current electrical plan to avoid unnecessary expenditure. This approach can be tricky, especially if your want to create something that looks up to date with a re-worked space plan. Our bespoke designs allowed all power & data to stay in its original position, cleverly run through large desk units in under desk cable management. The feature reception table was inspired by the clients log cabin in Canada, a place where the firm hold its Christmas party.
In order to achieve the cleanest installation possible we went for inter-connecting desk systems built in components. This modular system allowed for large desk units that hide unsightly wiring.
Little bit extra
Returning client, Robinson Michael & Jackson, came to MPL Interiors upon acquiring a new High Street premises
in Maidstone. As part of a successful franchise network, the aesthetic needed to uphold the property brand’s corporate identity, while being set apart from other offices in the group. A sleek, industrial design was requested
, pairing familiar elements with subtle colours and geographical markers. MPL was also asked to draw up plans to convert the upper floor for subletting purposes and to provide all new office furniture.
Our site survey found the MPL team in a former charity shop. Lots of old internal cladding and partition walls made determining the true structure of the premises challenging, therefore a complete strip out was necessary. The client was fond of some industrial-style rails that were from the site’s previous incarnation, and these were to influence some of the finishing touches.Detailed technical drawings were drawn up to facilitate a complete overhaul of the power, data, lighting, heating and cooling of the new office, followed by 2D space plans and mood boards. Our client was especially keen to collaborate on our 3D designs, with the digital aspect allowing key stakeholders to shape various iterations of the final look.