BrandMe design consultancy office by Thirdway Interiors, London – UK

October 2nd, 2015 by retail design blog

BrandMe is an independent brand and packaging design consultancy, which focuses on creating iconic brand personalities and designs. Over the past twenty years, BrandMe’s combination of brand strategy and design has shaped the success of many brands in the UK and internationally; brands designed to touch consumers’ hearts, sell and stand the test of time.

The brief was to create a raw and industrial yet elegant feeling office whilst keeping to an economical budget. As BrandMe are fellow designers, it was of upmost importance that the finished scheme was a real show stopper, not only to motivate and inspire their creative staff, but also to really reflect the nature of the company to their visiting clients and make a lasting impression.

The new office, which is in the very heart of the West End, includes an unusual meeting suite with a timber framework partition system and exposed brick walls in order to convey the desired industrial feel. Moving through the space, the staff area benefits from an eclectic mix of mid-century and sixties inspired wall finishes, a welcoming ‘fireplace’ effect sofa area, and a generous tea point complete with a battered copper layout area.
Features include: Bespoke reclaimed timber reception desk, exposed brick walls, timber framework partition details, and battered copper joinery items.

Designed by Thirdway Interiors







http://thirdway.co

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