Projects / Dune London
Moving to a hybrid working model, fashion retailer Dune London, sought a workspace that better suited their needs. Flexibility was key to creating a ‘hub’ with hot desking, spaces for meetings or conference calls, and informal breakout space for socialising and collaboration. Incorporating showrooms and design studios were also essential, providing a showcase of product for international and domestic partners.
Office Design Inspiration
Designers, Four-By ‑Two, took inspiration from the design aesthetic of the building. The contemporary, industrial feel complemented Dune’s personality as a leading fashion brand. Concrete slabs and columns were left exposed with the fit out and furniture dropping seamlessly into the space.
The look and feel of the fit out reflects timeless, classic design. The base palette is warm, neutral and earthy. Introducing black metal framed partitioning, bespoke screening and a geometric patterned carpet added dynamic, contemporary elements to the interior.
Loose furniture was selected to complement this contrast with functional desking systems and co-ordinating screens picking out the tones of the concrete. Iconic pieces such as the Fredericia Swoon Petite and Fredericia Ditzel, mixed with fun, statement armchairs in the breakout area adds variety.
Height Adjustable Tables
For comfort and well-being, height adjustable tables were provided not only for hot-desking but also for meeting rooms.
Overcoming Supply Chain Challenges
Current, global supply chain issues created challenges in meeting timeline targets. With furniture manufacturers’ lead times changing unexpectedly, sometimes from day to day, Bureau had to respond quickly with solutions.
Photography by James Balston
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