Grant Thornton -Interior Design and General Contractor
Award winning design.
This national firm's vibrant Victoria office West Coast culture is expressed through a balance of local artisan feature walls, light woods, glass and modern lines, to create a bright yet calming contemporary open office space. The custom "cubism inspired" reception desk is back dropped by a custom First Nation's glass wall and clay walls in the reception area. The office boasts many custom features throughout such as a modular board room table that converts into seminar tables, an artisan sculptural wood feature wall in the kitchen lounge area and a local artisan tree mural in the flex-station area.
Splashes of corporate colours in the desk chairs, furniture, boardroom and wall art. are tastefully injected with the ocean-side natural elements of light wood millwork and doors, and gray "sand movement" carpet. Natural light is maximized throughout by keeping the open office areas next to the windows and most private offices & meeting rooms on the interior walls, however, even these rooms have floor to ceiling windows to allow for maximum natural of light into the enclosed spaces. (2017)
85% recycled composition carpet. Low VOC paint and wood finishes
Negative ions from clay walls in reception
Recycled composition fabric on boardroom walls, benches and waiting room chairs.
85-90% of construction materials recycled.