At Amos Beech Interior Design Consultancy, we do things differently. For us, Interior Design is all about the customer and our talented team of commercial interior designers can help you open the door to a stylish, new workplace.
Visibility and connectivity are vital when considering the lay-out of a new project and we enjoy working with customers to create a functional, yet comfortable, efficient, working environment with safe places where people are happy at their work. It really is important to have the right surroundings to encourage a more creative, productive workforce.
We pride ourselves on first-class customer service, attention to detail and each project we undertake is unique. Our experienced commercial interior design team are passionate about delivering a solution within budget, on-time and are there to help every step of the way to create the ideal office environment. Embarking on any new project is exciting but it can also be a little bit daunting. Rest assured that we take the time and effort to really get to know you and your company so we can begin to build a good relationship from the start.
At Amos Beech Interior Design Glasgow we work as a close-knit team with excellent communication between our departments and project managers. Our work is a reflection of us and we go out of our way to create a competitive, personal service in Edinburgh, Glasgow and the rest of Scotland.
The office landscape has completely changed in recent times. As we move away from the traditional three part office (desk space, meeting space, canteen), to the new collaborative, multi-functional and connected office, employees can work anywhere, anytime.
Flexible working spaces allows time away from the desk leading to a happier and healthier workforce.
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Our five step Interior design consultation service involves the brief, research, development, presentation and delivery.
The Brief – getting to know you. This is where we sit down with you and discuss your goals and objectives so we have a clear understanding, from the beginning, of your vision. It really is important for us to develop a good relationship so we can determine a number of key factors including your budget, what your staff want and need, who your competitors are and what the long-term goals and aspirations are.
Research – this is a key area where we have a brainstorming session after a visit to your premises where we look at space design constraints. We spend a lot of time and effort to find out all we can about your company, corporate image and colours, company ethos, values and vision; competitors and future employees, market trends and nature of the industry sector. It is important for us to understand all we can about your competitors and we look into what they provide for their workers and the image they project to their potential market share.
Development – building a vision. By taking all the information from the brief and research stages of the consultation process, we have begun building a vision. Our space planning, sketches and selection of possible materials are combined to build a model of a bespoke and unique interior like no other. It’s at this stage we can discuss with you if there are any elements of the commercial interior design you would like to change.
Presentation – commercial interior design concept. Now we can really see the vision begin to take shape with plans, illustrations 3D renders and sample boards and at this stage everyone has the opportunity to say how they feel about the interior design concept or any element of it. At this point feedback is crucial and we will continue to discuss any changes or suggestions and repeat the process until the design is simply perfect.
Delivery – This is where we produce a drawings package, FF&E schedule for procurement and present the interior design to employees. We can also provide training on the use of their new space and we will be on site at various stages during the build. We also look at lighting levels, fire strategies for workers, fire rating and other classifications of materials from floor to ceiling, building regulations and space requirements including disabled access, ergonomics, acoustics and sound transmission.
We now have a dynamic, functional, efficient, comfortable and safe spaces working environment which we are very proud of.
Amos Beech, commercial interior design consultancy Glasgow Edinburgh, Scotland.