Service
Innovation
Group

Service Innovation Group approached Office Profile to provide the ‘wow’ factor in their 2,000 sq ft open plan office in Watford.

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The Brief

Service Innovation Group approached Office Profile with the aim of bringing life back into their workspace. The office is located on the ground floor of a prestigious building in the heart of Watford’s commercial centre. The office already had great qualities such as the high ceilings, plenty of space and large windows for allowing maximum light into the office space.

Office Profile was required to refurbish the whole floor which included the reception area, a meeting room and the Director’s office as well as creating a new teapoint with breakout seating. The client wanted to use the existing lighting and partitioning which we had to be mindful of in the design process.

In the reception area, we added white spherical panelling to one wall to add some dimension. The client’s logo was installed on top of the panelling with back lit LED lighting.

What we did

The design team created a large grey and white feature wall with positive wording to inspire staff. We provided Infinity desks with Momo task chairs which are fully adjustable as per everyone’s requirements, making the chairs truly ergonomic.

Office Profile designed and installed magenta, yellow and grey flooring by Milliken to add a splash of colour and vinyl graphics was added to some of the walls and glass to tie everything in together. The breakout area featured stylish banquette seating, upholstered in striking magenta fabric. The teapoint was fully equipped to meet the needs of the client, complete with built-in appliances.

In the Director’s office, we supplied Quadra soft seating along with a round table and grey seating for meetings. A Momo task chair and desk completed the office. We feel that we have delivered a creative environment and brought their office back to life, it definitely has the ‘wow’ factor that they required!