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Browne Jacobson Solicitors

Interior Refurbishment Nottingham

Our Interior refurbishment and fit out scheme at the Nottingham offices of a national law firm.

Based on the rebranding exercise recently carried out by HMP at the client's Birmingham office, this scheme involved the redesign of the reception area and client meeting room suite, along with the introduction of a coffee shop facility. This was aimed at catering for staff and visitors in a warm and welcoming environment, and providing areas for office functions, informal meetings, internet stations, and recreational facilities, adjacent to the main reception. The two areas were linked to allow an easy flow between the reception area and the lounge space.

The kitchen was designed for use by either in-house catering staff, or by external caterers, very much in a modern coffee bar style.

Glazed partitions were used in the meeting rooms to open up the space in reception, and the new reception desk was designed as a 'pod', to  encourage the receptionists to leave their stools and greet visitors in a more personal, face-to-face way, rather than having the reception desk as a barrier.

The scheme involved all lighting, power, air conditioning, kitchen equipment, furnishings, desks, partitioning, decorations and graphics.

Architect: Henry Mein partnership

Contract Value: £450,000

Client: Browne Jacobson

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