A discreet design solution lets surrounding city views take centre stage.
May 8th, 2012
Krost Business Furniture’s recently completed office furniture fit-out at Evolution Mining in the heart of the Sydney CBD enabled the space to keep a spotlight on its captivating views through a discreet and highly functional furniture solution.
The project’s design and construction was done by D&C Interior Projects, whose open planned interior layout required a clean and minimalistic furniture plan.
Earthy tones were highlighted against a white canvas and a combination of complementary textures and finishes were used to layer the interior and connect to the business’s mining function.
The lead time on the project’s furniture component was 4 weeks and the scope of products used stretched across a broad spectrum of Krost’s product range, including, Vast Workstations with Mint Legs, Future Seating, Time Executive Desks, Conti Boardroom Tables, Sax Seating, Push Storage Units, Framework Executive Desks and an Epica Reception Counter.
Krost Business Furniture
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