We love these paintings by artist Gugi Goo - @gugigoo1 - hung in breakout spaces/reception areas. Her paintings are delicate, expressive, and bright and airy, bringing a sense of space to offices. The red in the painting is balanced by the pink to create something calming and relaxing – perfect for those waiting for meetings or seeking some time out from their desk.
We’ve been redesigning an awkward office space in the studio today! The top three shots show sketches of the reception-come-office with wonky angles, mismatched storage and a poor use of space. The remodelled room features a run of well-fitting cabinets, an L-shaped desk to maximise the workspace and a few clever features to offer more functionality.
Receptionists. Always be friendly and considerate to the people sitting behind the reception desks at companies. They have a very challenging job managing everyones needs coming and going. When you arrive - smile, immediately introduce yourself, clarify who you are there to see and what your appointment time is. Please don’t take up their time complaining about your challenges of not getting enough sleep, coffee, traffic, you forgot your portfolio, parking, blah blah blah. You should make their stressful jobs more pleasurable because it’s the right thing to do and they are often a direct influence on the outcome of your visit. AND you never know if that person is actually the receptionist or an agent just filling in during the receptionist’s break. 😀👌🏻💝
Another image from the complete fit-out of AHG Sydney done by Antry. This included custom joinery, office furniture, office fit-outs, reception areas, counters and other wall joinery. ————————————————————————
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