Total Office Showroom, Trinidad & Tobago

April 9th, 2016 by retail design blog

Total Office has developed a new showroom for their Trinidad & Tobago-based Steelcase furniture dealership. When southern Caribbean Steelcase dealer “Total Office”, decided to move out of their 100 year old, fret work house on the Corner of Woodford and Warner, they looked for a space that reflected the new culture of the company. Specifically, they looked for somewhere open, with a lot of light, in an area with design oriented companies.

In addition, Total Office had specific needs that they wanted baked into the design. Namely, supporting different generations at work, attracting and retaining staff, wellness and trust. The space they found met all the criteria. A converted warehouse with 60+ year old iron beams holding up the 30 ft ceiling met the criteria. The images say the rest.

Design: Total Office
Photography: Lumis













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