Our approach

We apply our own innovative three-part method to optimally coordinate the various stages in your workspace redesign project:

Define

Design

Deliver

A single approach for all our projects

Define

Design

Deliver

Define

Strategy & concept

We meet with your staff and other stakeholders of your firm to define the ways people will be using the space and what their needs and expectations are. We then analyze the data we have collected to finalize our strategic framework for the project.

Launch and set-up of the project

Strategic leadership framework

Meeting with middle management and design/construction specialists

Online employee questionnaire

Technical building audit

Strategic report and project plan

Project ambassadors & acculturation workshop

Design

Architecture & design

In this phase, we look at trend boards, select the colors, materials and furnishings and finalize the layout plans, working with you to establish the foundations of your future workspace. We also establish the budget and map out a schedule to get the project rolling.

Design development

Technical feasibility

Concept approval

Ambassador & staff workshop

Architectural and technical studies

Approval by staff committee

Drafting of labor contract

Ambassador briefing

Presentation of project to staff: city hall

Deliver

Coordination & start-up

A dedicated project manager coordinates the project, especially in terms of budget, deadlines and quality, and oversees relations with the various firms involved in the framework agreement.

Our delivery of the workspace includes operational start-up. Our work is not complete until we have shown all employees how to make optimal use of their new working environment.

Supplying

Setting up construction site

Management of development works

Acceptance of work

Presentation & training of ambassadors

Welcome lunch

Explore our projects

From furnishings and fittings to layout and interior architecture, we handle design projects of many kinds.

Check out our latest projects here.

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