Nielsen and Nielsen

One of the most important areas in an office is the reception area. It sets the atmosphere for the whole working area and reflects on the quality of the organisation itself.

Together with the client I'm able to establish exactly what it is that the client wishes to provide in terms of a service and how it wishes its staff to interact.

Use of appropriate materials and design details and consideration of layout and use of space help to achieve what it is that the client wishes.

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Reception desk
Architecture Centre Bristol reception desk , office furniture and shop units. Contemporary forms but using materials in harmony with the interior of the renovated building.
Reception desk - Mead Gallery
Reception desk for the Mead Gallery University of Warwick,painted mdf and American cherry view in the workshop.
Reception desk - Mead Gallery
Reception desk for the Mead Gallery University of Warwick,painted mdf and American cherry view in the workshop.
Home Office
An office space created behind a so high screen at one end of a living dinning area. Made from maple and painted drawers.
Reception desk - Lawrence Tuckets Solicitors
Reception desk for Lawrence Tuckets Solicitors whose offices were in an old tea warehouse, so the maple planking on the desk had a sawn texture to reflect the buildings history and then capped with slate counter.
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