Having successfully delivered the full furniture package for the purpose-built Factory 2050, the University approached Elite for a solution to their space constraints.
Since moving into their building in December 2016, the Department had expanded far more quickly than they originally anticipated and required the help of Elite to provide additional workspace to accommodate this growth and maintain a satisfactory level of meeting and social spaces.
Our new brief was to create various areas within the existing building to allow for flexible working without affecting the character of the building. After initial consultations it was decided that the Retreat Booth was the most suitable solution, as the provision of integral power, data, media and lighting coupled with the acoustic properties, that would soften the ambient factory noise, would provide staff with four additional areas to use socially, for both formal and informal meetings as well as utilise the internal media facilities to present their state of the art aerospace designs.
The final installation provided an exact solution for this intricate brief, without compromising too much space within the manufacturing facility. We were pleased to hear the university were delighted with the end results and the Booths are occupied daily.
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