At rischegroup, we like to put our creative stamp onto every project we have taken on. Whether it is the colour scheme, furnishings, art work or even the smallest of details, we believe that adding our creative flare to our design and fit-out projects will bring out the best in any space.
Here are just three details from the many projects we have been involved in:
1.Circle Recruitment’s Park Design
When Circle Recruitment wanted to create a new space for their growing team, they asked us to design a distinctive and imaginative concept for the fit-out. We were thrilled to be able to add our creative flare to the project, which we designed in the style of a park – complete with park benches, astro-turf and post-boxes. Once finished, the park design was so effective that Circle Recruitment found they had a surge in demand to work in their offices. Read the rest of the case study by clicking here.
2.The Graffiti Wall at Ticketmaster UK
Our fit-out of Ticketmaster UK’s new offices in the heart of Manchester was an opportunity for us to develop an original and creative design with a dynamic company. We added elements of the cultural fabric of Manchester into the project, particularly with our choice of artwork. A focal point of the fit-out was a hand-painted graffiti mural, commissioning Manchester street artist Kelzo to produce the piece of art which depicted a variety of cultural Manchester references. Click here to read the full case study.
3.The rischeBARRISOL Projection Screen For Kin Design
Kin Design approached us to help bring their concept of a suspended pyramid-shaped projection screen for a London Fashion Week event to life. Working with rischeBARRISOL allows us to be truly creative as the diverse material can be stretched into any shape or form, which lent itself to the unusual structure we were creating. The completed screen, placed in the centre of the London Fashion Week runway, could easily be viewed by every audience member and significantly enhanced the atmosphere of the show. To have a look at the full case study click here.
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