We were tasked with developing a set of initial ideas and concepts based on the client’s chosen theme of the forest. An exciting starting point, our in-house creative team set to work producing a full set of design visuals. We were then able to present this with the support of samples, to aid understanding of the finishes and textures the client could expect.
ALTO range of colours
Armed with this information, the lead designers representing our client were able to sign off and set in motion a well-structured project. With weekly site meetings, our team maintained regular communication over the course of the project to ensure client satisfaction. Leaning on our ALTO range of colours, we were able to blend greens, browns, and stone hues into scheme, reflecting nature. Plenty of ALTO acoustic screens with cut-out tree and bark patterns gave the textural and tactile feel we wanted to achieve.
Installed over 4 weeks, we worked with our trusted contractor Overbury Bracknell, to provide a stunning finished product. Integrated acoustic and drywipe walls in the offices made it a vibrant but highly practical workplace. Meeting room privacy was created subtly by using printed white manifest in an ombre effect. We hung both cut screens and circular ceiling panels in communal open spaces to dampen high noise levels.
This was a fun scheme where although the brief was clear, it also allowed our design team free reign to create something special. Use of vibrant imagery really pulled the scheme together, mixing soft textures of acoustic materials and upholstered furniture with crisp lines and bold graphics. The sense of coherence was achieved through ensuring all these finishes complimented each other. A tree-themed printed wall timeline was a particular highlight, leading you through the space.Dave Nowell, Director