We’ve just completed our first project working with Artemis Interiors on an outstanding Cat B project on Queen Victoria Street in London.
Together with Artemis we fitted out the lower ground floor of the building to a high specification bespoke design brief – creating a unique and colourful design-led space.
The statement feature wall panelling, which we installed in the staff kitchen and dining area, is one of the most eye-catching aspects of the project. Its bold chevron design incorporates the dark blue and bright yellow accent colours used throughout, as well as living moss and is complemented by the attractive linear grain of the Zingana wood veneer used.
As part of the project we also designed, manufactured and installed tea points with solid surface work surfaces and decorative under panels. In the library area, we created an attractive library storage system as well as installing the ceiling features and bench seating area.
We’re really proud of the finished project, which looks fantastic. The Artemis team were a pleasure to work with and we’re looking forward to working them in the future.
Jason Rutherford, construction director at Artemis said of the project: “I was very happy to have Cre8 on board on this very fast-paced and difficult project – they were very efficient in turning around their drawings and the site install team were excellent. The quality and end result was just what the client was looking for.”