Pula House saw the transformation of an old High Street bank to a contemporary family office, in the shell of a traditional Guernsey Farmhouse.
We worked closely with the architects to create a fresh, light environment, which was styled with traditional colours and artefacts from Botswana. Pula is the currency and also means rain in Setswana, a very precious resource. It also means 'blessing' as rain is considered a blessing. The chandelier was specified to symbolise this blessing.
This award winning architectural firm's offices didn't match their ingenious architectural designs for their clients, so we took their favourite raw materials of concrete, glass, timber and leather and gave their workspace an industrial style overhaul. We created new break out spaces and a professional boardroom, which both portray their relaxed and youthful culture. The boardroom table is a self poured, polished and heated, concrete creation. A true one-off design.
A fund management company with stunning views over St Peter Port, requested help bringing their brand and culture to life in their newly acquired workspace. Taking the theme of flight from the wings depicted on their logo, I dressed the space with contemporary and colourful artwork, furniture, table lamps and ornaments to provide a welcoming space to meet with their niche client base.
A colourful and modern take on a financial services office space.
Morgan Sharpe were moving into a new build landmark office in St Martins, Guernsey and wanted an office space to reflect their friendly and largely female corporate culture and help them stand out in the financial services space. Their top floor now incorporates a large boardroom, smaller meeting rooms and a multi-use break out area.
The stunning glass chandelier was made bespoke to match their corporate colours and is an eye catching sculpture to passers by day or night.
A playful space to put recruitment candidates at ease in their interviews. We used the psychology of colour with a view to Source Recruitment getting the best out of their candidates.
The 'Dining room' boardroom has 6 swinging chairs over looking the marina in St Peter Port. There's a secret room accessed from the 'Library' meeting room and a gold themed 'Snug' room complete with a golden lobster. Surreal and an abundant talking point for Source Recruitment's clients and candidates.