APEX Design & Space Planning
Creating the perfect office environment requires experience, exceptional design and detailed planning. With over 20 years’ experience in office design, Apex Office Interiors can create a design tailored to your company’s needs.
Using our design software alongside a vast knowledge of modern furniture systems, we can produce designs guaranteed to make your office work harder for you.
Our design proposal will ensure your office space is functional, comfortable and inspiring while reflecting your brand values to your team, your suppliers and customers.PDF design examples.
Using Apex for your Office Design and Space Planning
Do you have an office space that needs redesigning to make it more modern, more efficient and to make the space work for you? An efficient office design is crucial for maximising the efficiency of the way your business runs. Apex will provide expert advice and a comprehensive proposal for improving the space you have to meet your objectives and needs, tailoring the project to your requirements.
Apex use a professional design software to create a plan of the new space, indicating where work will need to be undertaken, where furniture will be positioned and how the new space will flow. Apex specialise in utilising the furniture you already have that can be reused in the new design, as well as supplying furniture from a range of top suppliers for additional or replacement furniture as required.
Once the plans have been agreed, Apex will work with you to agree on a timescale and project plan. You will have one point of contact throughout the process, who will be on hand to ensure the work is completed on time and within budget.
Benefits of using Apex:
Compliant with relevant regulations and legal guidelines
Full plans provided to demonstrate the new space, including positioning of furniture
A green and environmental element included in the redesign where possible
A full project plan with timescales provided
Brand values and branding considered
Working with existing furniture or supplying new furniture
Prioritising minimal expenditure and disruption