This week is the week that we finish at Cooper Lomaz in Norwich city centre. The empty concrete shell that was once the second floor of Lawrence House, and is now Cooper Lomaz's new home, has been transformed into a gleaming vision of vibrant sophistication.
This week is the week that we finish at Cooper Lomaz in Norwich city centre. The empty concrete shell that was once the second floor of Lawrence House, and is now Cooper Lomaz’s new home, has been transformed into a gleaming vision of vibrant sophistication.
If you cast your mind back by a Bluespace news story or two, you will find some rather glum looking ‘before’ pictures of the Cooper Lomaz soon-to-be new office. In this edition of Bluespace Weekly, we can’t quite supply you with the finished product, but a lick of paint, some carpet and ceiling tiles and a desk frame or two has certainly made all the difference.
As the project was on such a tight deadline, and is moving so fast, by the time these words and pictures make it onto this page, it will be much closer to the finished product. So stay tuned and at this rate, you won’t have to wait long for the final result. In fact, this just in, the skeletons of desks that you see in the pictures on the left are now reportedly fully functioning desks, pictures to follow.
If you’re moving office, whether it be a blank, concrete canvas that needs the full works, or a kitted out office which just needs rejuvenating, contact us for information on what we can do for you.
I love our office, my team love working in it, clients love visiting us, visitors often comment on wanting to work somewhere like this. Thank you Bluespace for helping us turn this derelict building into a beautiful space.