The traditional office design style is very effective when renovating and refurbishing old offices.
Creating a modern impression in a traditional building with traditional features is no mean feat. However these offices in West End, London achieve that desired look incredibly well.
Take for instance the reception area, the contrasting dark stained reception desk and the mirrored modesty panel looks stunning and creates an excellent first impression when entering the office. This area is well-lit by many spot lights encircling a large chandelier style light, the large windows allow plenty of natural light to fill the office generating a fresh and a spacious environment. The neutral wall and ceiling finishes combine well with the darker soft seating fabrics and dark stained wood frames.
Many traditional design features have been preserved including the plaster coving designs, large windows, marble fireplaces and large doorways. They have also added many interior design elements including traditional mirrors and paintings in order to achieve an atmosphere of class and prosperity.
Contact Officeinsight if you feel inspired by this office as we create a traditional office designs tailored to your requirements making us the ideal choice for any office design projects.
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