An eclectic mix of furniture products was selected from some of the UK and Europe’s leading manufacturers. Hive – a striking, informal meeting space from Senator’s Special Products Division -breathed life into the open plan desking area. Frovi’s collaborative workbench Relic, with hanging plants, provided a focal point for team meetings.
The Malthouse building has a large, double-storey atrium to the reception area, which allows light to flood in. We complemented this by creating a stunning, full-height moss wall feature, flanked with natural oak slats.
Slatted oak wall features were used on each of the three floors, to zone and define team areas and multi-function spaces. Ceiling-hung acoustic panels were used to reduce noise pollution and biophilic design principles were applied throughout. An abundance of carefully positioned potted plants, combined with natural wall and floor finishes to create an open, airy feel.
Just a few weeks on from the project completion, Gamma were already seeing the benefit of the refurbishment, with the social spaces getting great feedback.
We received a 100% client happiness rating in our customer feedback survey.
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“From the design team and project management, to the site foreman and the workforce, I couldn’t be happier with Opus 4”– Sarah Fielding, Facilities Manager