Here we are at the end of August and commercial interior design has never looked so good. Another month almost gone and another round of successful project completions for Bellfort. We are obviously doing something right. Work continues to flow through the door and the quality of projects we are being offered is really rising.
Commercial interior design = happy clients
This month we handed over two large projects to very happy clients. The first was for the Independent Living Centre in Cockburn. This is a south west satellite office for their main facility in Shenton Park. It is an office and display home for people to view assisted equipment and home adaptations that are available.
Bellfort pride themselves on their commercial interior design ability. Adding a display home into the brief was a refreshing change for everyone involved. The interior space was a big vacant rectangular shell. Creating a space with interest was not as simple as building square rooms.
Our approach to this design was to form individual office and home display spaces. These were defined with walls that curved on the horizontal and vertical plane. What this did was form gentle perimeters to the individual working areas. These perimeters move and immerse people within the interior.
Curves also produced a calm and soft appearance for a commercial office that needed to support a residential concept. Our team did an amazing job of building the project and bringing the design concept to life. I guess bendy, curved walls is now another speciality we can add to our many skills.
Another successful handover
Another successful project handover this month was for UNIR Management in the CBD. The building space had its own elegance. Mainly due to the four metre plus ceiling height and exposed beams that create a warehouse appearance.
Our design approach was to retain the feeling of height and warehouse. All the while, creating high impact, unique features. The elegant entry hall is the first impression you get of this commercial interior design. Its length is topped with curved mesh canopies which suspend hand-cut glass chandeliers. Effectively, drawing the eye to the halo effect surrounding the UNIR logo.
The open plan work space is also topped with curved mesh canopies. And large format timber columns define the working area. Existing timber floors were refinished and polished and now form a great base for all design elements. A pressed tin wall creates a functional and welcoming breakout space which has balcony access. This functional area connects the formal office to the informal. Overall, this interior is beautiful and a credit to everyone involved.
Next month we will have further projects to share with you. If you like, you can catch up on our recently published blogs by clicking here. And as usual, we’ll be posting updates on our other social media. Keep your eye out for Bellfort’s latest news and let us know if there is anything in particular you would like to see.