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Biz Space Gateshead

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Project story

Select Interiors were invited by Kate Yates of Territory Interiors Ltd to design and refurbish over 2000sqft of commercial offices, reception, atrium, communal corridors, WCs and executive offices at the Design Works in Gateshead.

Our intention was to create a flexible space centred around a creative, communal co-worker space within the atrium area.

The idea to provide as much variation in the way people work as possible – sitting at a desk, a high table on stools or even in the co-worker inspired breakout area.

The palette includes materials to give a bright and airy feel with colours from the client’s updated brand guide,

along with a sympathetic nod to the buildings look and feel. Working with striking Aluminium curtain-walling and existing Maple flooring and cantilevered concrete staircase and structural columns

The gazebo feature that runs through the middle of the atrium is unified by the client’s new brand palette, houses meeting spaces, break out areas and design workshops. A fundamental part of the business providing flexible and economical spaces from 200 – 1000sqft. The rapid expansion of this dynamic property company that has identified a market catering for small to medium businesses is helped by innovation and investment in design and refurbishment of their estate.

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