New London Showroom

IE Studio

Atmosphere is delighted to have been selected as a key manufacturing partner to workplace furniture consultants, Insightful Environments (IE) , formerly know as Steelcase Solutions.  IE selected Atmosphere to provide the executive and bespoke furniture for their new showroom, designed to present workplace furniture in a functioning workspace.

Project: 29 Cloth Fair, furniture showroom and workspace, London
Date: December 2015
Timeframe: 6 weeks
Client: Insightful Environments

 

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Project details:

Atmosphere worked closely with the IE design team and senior management to come up with a solution that fitted their brief to provide visual impact on entering the Studio as well as high quality, functional work and display areas for the reception. In the meeting room, IE was looking to create a sophisticated space for private meetings integrating telepresence and audio-visual technology. Atmosphere proposed a specially designed Omega Mediawall lipped and veneered in dyed grey oak with flush fitting screens and matching credenzas.  For the meeting room table, Atmosphere proposed an Omega table with a Fenix NTM top (the latest nanotech solid surface material) to suit requirements for high use, easy maintenance, but with a tactile and high quality aesthetic. Working to a tight 6 week timescale, the new showroom is now officially open and visits can be arranged by appointment through Atmosphere.

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For the reception/meet and greet area, Atmosphere worked with the IE design team to come up with a workable solution to fit their design brief for a wall of curiosities to create a stand-out feature on entry to the Studio with a feature wall to the reverse side incorporating box shelving and wall-mounted cabinets with a standing height reception counter. This was all lipped and veneered in American Black walnut with mitred corner joints with some coloured laminate back panels.

Reception

Reception

 

Wall of Curiosties

Wall of Curiosties

 

Products used:

Omega meeting room furniture including:

4000 x 1500mm Meeting room table in 10mm solid black Fenix NTM

Omega Media Wall with integrated technology and storage, lipped and veneered in dyed oak with surfaces in solid black Fenix NTM

Bespoke cabinet work and joinery including:

Wall of Curiosties lipped and veneered in American black walnut with coloured laminate detailing.

Reception counter and feature wall cupboards and shelving lipped and veneered in American black walnut with coloured laminate detailing.

 

Breakout

Breakout

 

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An office should be an aspirational space. We believe that your working environment is an extension of your personality and shouldn’t simply be viewed as a functional necessity.

Many of us spend several years working in the same room, possibly even at the same desk. So, it’s important that you are inspired and empowered by your surroundings.

Omega has been designed and crafted with the most demanding executive in mind – for those who excel at what they do and naturally, expect and deserve excellence.

A far cry from an off-the-peg solution, with Omega comes choice and the ability to personalise your working environment. Choose from stunning wood veneers or a wide range of contemporary desktop finishes, a selection of innovative edge profiles and a variety of storage options. Well-considered cable management solutions are integral to maintaining the sharp aesthetic and high functionality of an Omega office.

Omega: Expect excellence.

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