Family Foundation

Hi Catherine and Santa,

 

The Family Foundation would like to thank Interiors for Change for an exemplary project. Every aspect of the project was well planned and imple- mented. It simplified and streamlined the process to work with I4C and have you manage the full project scope: design, procurement, construction, commissioning and staff move. We especially appreciated the care and attention to every detail, small and large, that made for a smooth and fun project. The design is beautiful and our staff and guests enjoy working in the space. We would be happy to work with Interiors for Change again! Many, many thanks.

 

Christine Page, A.I.A.
Senior Project Manager

Reception

A distinguishing feature of this project is the celebration of local and African patterns, textures and design. This is evident in the use of local furniture designs, fabric patterns to the acoustic panels, locally quarried stone to the counter and the mohair commissioned rug from Swaziland.

Coffee Area & Break Away Areas

Texture creates interest and is key in defining different spaces in an open plan environment. The strong carpet design is accentuated by the timber ceiling detail over the open meeting facilities.

Formal & Casual Meeting Rooms

Shared amenity spaces, address the foundation’s desire for its offices to be flexible in response to changing business demands.

Two large meeting rooms that can open up to create one large facility was created to allow for full flexibility and use of the room for various functions.

Cafe

“Home Away From Home” is the statement that best describes the cafe area. The room is a convertible multipurpose room large enough for all employees to gather, to collaborate and socialize. The lighting design was also from local designers.

Open Plan Desking

The furniture design to the open plan area allows for each user to have a motorized height adjustable desk with storage in the form of cabinets and individual storage units. Again the timber ceiling detail mirrors the design of the carpeting.