November 2, 2020

How we transformed an empty shell into a buzzing 21st century office

How we transformed an empty shell into a buzzing 21st century office

Our client had three photos of a vast office space that didn't reflect its true potential. They came to us for a solution.

The Challenge

Our client was tasked to market a high spec office space and came to us with the ambition to breathe life into their photos.

The space was vast with huge potential, but its emptiness made the room hard for customers to gauge a sense of scale or personality.

The space almost felt too big and open-plan, so our solution needed to take this into consideration and a load of desks just wouldn't stack up.

Our Solution

We produced a mood board for our client with an optimal furniture layout and styling. We designed the space in zones with different roles and responsibilities. We brought in ideas for bespoke features such as floor to ceiling glass dividers, a relaxed games area and bespoke coffee bar in the centre of the space, acting as a focal point.

Using the mood board as a springboard for amends and ideas prior to the render, we went on to create the set of three images.

The Result

As well as building a bespoke bar and floor to ceiling glass dividers, we matched the client's specific style requests for desks, seating, lighting and flooring.

We were able to provide two versions of each angle - one with photorealistic people and one without.

Each angle took into account the same furniture positioning for realism and authenticity.

We created versions with no people too

John Durrant wrote the RICS Property Photography Guidance. He’s been featured in national newspapers and on the BBC talking about property photography/editing etc.


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