Trends And Concepts designs and builds RS Components

August 25, 2016

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RS Components is the UK and European trading brand of Electrocomponents PLC. The company suppliers electrical and electronic components, tools, testing equipment and related items through the internet, catalogues and at trade counters.

The challenge in this project was to meet the constricted schedule and achieve a minimum amount of disruption to the work environment. A two-phase move strategy was implemented to allow this to happen seamlessly.

A powerful combination of colors and patterns were used to create a modern and playful environment that enhances the corporate image and conveys the company’s dynamic and progressive outlook.

Established in 1991, Trends And Concepts Total Interior Solutions is among the pioneers in the Design and Build industry focusing on interior fit-out construction in the Philippines.
Trends And Concepts Total Interior Solutions offers exceptional range of design, build and interior construction services that suit our clients’ needs. With years of expertise in the industry and successful completion of diverse office designs and fit-out projects, Trends And Concepts grew as one of the most sought-after design and build service providers locally and globally.

 

 

Trends And Concepts designs and builds Nexus

August 23, 2016

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Nexus is the first and only licensed company in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain to set up independent Flight Operations Services. 

Modern Contemporary Aviation’s Office – Company’s branding were incorporated in this modern contemporary aviation office. Colors of white, dark grey and magenta as accent were used in walls and furniture pieces.

Materials such as metal and wood were combined to create a corporate ambience. To add soft and warm feel, light colored wood were used for the flooring and fabrics for the furniture. Connecting dots graphics as accents on the wall produced a modern and classy look

 

Designing an Optimal Workspace – IDr. Charisse Gail Bantiling, piid

August 23, 2016

Years ago the general approach to designing an office space is enclosed, individualistic and takes into consideration the weight of the positions. The manager prefers a room of his own, team leaders in high partitioned frames and the staff in their own enclosed and low-height cubicles.

Surprisingly, as years pass the idea of an open and interactive workplace is starting to become a trend. Most especially to creative and start-up companies who very much value social connection and engagement.

Yes, pretty much a dream come true for us Interior Designers. An exciting and new road to designing an office.

As diverse as it may seem an open layout may be a breath of fresh air but can be really tricky when considered. Some designers and owners may have gone too far which resulted to hurting the productivity and the very core of the culture the company wants to build.

As an Interior Designer, we would want to champion an office design that not only looks amazing but also makes the most efficient use of a space at the same time creates a workspace that shifts from ME to a WE environment.

Objective:
To create an environment that supports creative exchange of viewpoints, small unplanned meetings, project teamwork and offers maximum productivity

SPACE-PLANNING
Ideally an open layout means no defined property boundaries and more transparencies. We want to make the Manager still feel like a manager but allow him the opportunity to engage with his team, to see the staff collaborate with their teammates and rewarding them with a workplace of utmost solitude and focus.

Three things,
1. You have to understand how the company works (in general and on the daily basis)
2. The function of each departments to one another
3. The perfect balance of what the client wants and needs versus the Designers perspective

Managers and Staff Area per department
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In this layout, managers and staff are in the same cloud but are defined by the partitions and how they were positioned yet giving them a good opportunity to collaborate.

DESIGN CONCEPT
It is so easy to formulate a design concept. There is a million option to choose from but as I have mentioned we have to be careful not to overdo as this is an office not a playhouse nor your personal home.

We sometimes tend to mix 10 or more design styles just because we feel excited and creative juice just does not stop flowing, unless the concept the client wants is inspired by the google office, we have to learn how to tame ourselves.

Usually, Owners and Designers go for a Modern design. Simple, Raw, Airy and Straight-forward, But as a designer we always want to put that touch that makes the space special, we want to be able to create a place where it feels like you are productively working at the very luxury of your home.

One of my favorite concept is Industrial Contemporary, I personally like how the cold and warm finishes mix which results to an impressive well designed concept.

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In a nut shell: Provide a space that respects the very core of how the office functions but add a sense of variety by making the office space an exciting place to work, be creative and collaborate. –  IDr. Charisse Gail Bantiling, piid, Head, Design and Construction Management Division of Trends and Concepts

Trends And Concepts designs and builds Foxhole Business Center

August 23, 2016
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Foxhole Business Center is a service provider for Plug and Play office spaces and business administration services catering to SME’s and Start Ups in the Philippines.

Plug & Play Modern Industrial Office Space design for Foxhole Business Center. Modern industrial is the design concept for this 338sqm virtual office of Quick Brown Fox. Alternative modern materials such as wood and metal were used to enhance the raw and industrial atmosphere of the office.

Structural elements left exposed created a look that seems unfinished yet cohesive and trendy. Warm and neutral colors were generally used in the furniture and on walls with orange color as accents. Floors are concrete polished, a practical and economical option fitting perfectly with the theme. The design in general makes a vibrant and dynamic ambience yet reassures its visitors a formal business.

Established in 1991, Trends And Concepts Total Interior Solutions is among the pioneers in the Design and Build industry focusing on interior fit-out construction in the Philippines.

Trends And Concepts Total Interior Solutions offers exceptional range of design, build and interior construction services that suit our clients’ needs. With years of expertise in the industry and successful completion of diverse office designs and fit-out projects, Trends and Concepts grew is one of the most sought-after design and build service providers locally and globally.

Foxhole Business Center: https://foxholeph.com/spaces/

 

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