Another article on Bellfort’s new office has hit the streets of the Perth Western suburbs. Published in the Post newspaper, August 1 edition and written by Julie Bailey.
Eye catching office interior design
The newspaper article mentions a number of features that we have incorporated within our office interior design. It also makes mention of the interest we receive from many of the passers by, both locally and those who have hit Subiaco for some boutique shopping.
And the interest continues to grab people’s attention.
We are feature packed as the article refers to and you know, we have had a huge amount of fun putting it all together. Features within our office interior design include the Bellfort Doorwall, Nail Table, perforated glass fibre ceilings and walls, concrete floor & bench tops and solid jarrah work tops. It may sound a lot but combined, it looks fantastic.
The Bellfort Doorwall surrounds the office interior and provides a good number of storage alcoves as well as integrated cupboards. The alcoves are situated randomly and surprises can be found in them here and there, including a piano! The appearance of the textured Doorwall baffles some of the most experienced builders and suppliers who deal with doors every day. I guess seeing the hollow core interior of a door featured, isn’t something that you would expect. And we quite like that.
The amount of care and attention that went into the perforated glass fibre panels that create the ceiling and walls in the meeting area is a credit to everyone involved. Four separate contractors were a significant part of its creation and their dedication gives us the beautiful result we see today. And it’s not just us who appreciate it’s beauty. We have had strangers walk past the office and come back, asking to photograph it.
To read the article, click on the link below.
Many thanks to Julie Bailey, Post Newspaper