Our brief to supply the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm with a suite of motor-driven, height adjustable workstations whilst cable-managing throughout each configuration from perimeter dado-trunking was a challenge which we relished and delivered.
Our brief to supply the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm with a suite of motor-driven, height adjustable workstations whilst cable-managing throughout each configuration from perimeter dado-trunking was a challenge which we relished and delivered. Together with sourcing and supplying flexible, colourful, modular furniture for presentation suites, break-out spaces and the canteen and the striking Allermuir ‘Toga’ chair in sumptuous black leather for the reception waiting area.
The height adjustable workstation from Senator International were used in open plan offices – a ‘special’ bracket was devised to allow the cable management to remain static whilst end-users adjusted the worktop height. The ‘Curvy’ chair from Casala featured in the canteen and presentation suites and a bar stool version at high break-out tables in the open plan. A bespoke space divider in timber, to match workstations, and bold colour separates the work area from break-out and also houses display shelving and a large flat screen television. Contemporary colours complement the architect designed interior.
Ever up for a challenge, install took place during the heavy snowfall to Norfolk in January 2012. Patience was required…
The team at Bluespace are professionals from design right through to the installation team on site. Furniture decisions can be quite stressful but Bluespace led us through the choices, worked with stakeholders and kept within our budget. The Centrum on the Norwich Research Park was a challenge – the space performs lots of functions: a busy café-restaurant, a place for a private chat or to work on the laptop between meetings, a networking venue and presentation space alongside meeting rooms! Bluespace proposals made the space work for everyone. We’ve had lots of praise for the choice of furniture and I’m sure this has contributed to Centrum’s success.
Dr Nick Goodwin
Norwich Research Park/Centrum