Project of the Month: HQ Creative

29/01/2015

As you might know by now, we are starting several new initiatives this year. One of them is called “Project of the Month”. As the name suggest, we will each month present one of our projects and let you in on some of the thoughts behind the final result.

 

As this – our very first – project of the month, we have chosen the full turnkey office we did for HQ Creative. HQ Creative is a well-renowned event management & design company based here in Dubai. The company wanted an office that would reflects their innovative and creative company soul.

 

Together with HQ Creative we therefore designed an office with a big open workspace in a light and modern style. In the middle we incorporated a “creative thinking” area for the employees to gather for brainstorming sessions, creative development sessions etc.

 

Hq Creative 1

 

In all the materials used for this project both design and quality played an important role. For instance, to secure a great working environment in the big open area, we used soundproof ceiling. We also used quality carpet from our partner ege carpet. We used the graphic carpet called Orbit from ege’s elements @work collection to add a little something extra to the floor.

 

Hq Creative 2

 

HQ Creative wanted both quality and great functionality in all aspect – including their furniture, so we turned to our Spanish furniture partner Forma 5. We used furniture from Forma 5’s Vektor System, M10 line, Melamine Storage line, their Garbo chairs and V30 meeting table and several other product lines.

 

As to the color scheme we used mainly white in the office area with color splashes in bright orange and green to add playfulness to the office and support the creative environment.

 

Hq Creative 3

 

The overall interior design with open workspaces and meeting areas in bright colors and modern style completely support the dynamic and innovative environment that is required by employees that need to deliver creative solutions for a living.

 

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