The brief for this project was to create a space for the staff to be able to write on the walls. Naturally, we chose glass, and lots of it.
We mixed green, blue, one way mirror, bronze and clear glass into a cacophony of visual splendor reflected by the mirror wall surrounding the recording studio we designed. The piece de resistance is Ben's office. Trees suspended from the ceiling transform into chandeliers and a green wall was installed. it off.
The sculpting of interiors is something we do well. We don't do the normal, buy a partition and install it amongst a rectangular grid arranged space. We carve, weave, paint with colour, and throw challenges at our building team who lap it up, love it, and run with it.
This space houses 42 people on a good day, all working collaboratively in spaces defined by the path running through the space. We largely documented this space on site, with string lines and marking paint due to the base building being so far out of square.
The original fit out, a line snakes through the space, path becoming desk, moving in and around and incorporating everything needed for the space.
Leap Call Centre
Our brief was to design a call center for 23 people in one room. They needed space and acoustic privacy, and a little colour to brighten the day.
2pac painted mdf carved through the center of the room forms the dividing walls, and allows the sound of that may people to bounce around and to be reduced to a level of comfort to the people using it.
Leap Support Centre
Acoustically isolated phone both pods that were designed for a call centre.