Description:We are refitting an existing building for our corporate offices.
We are wanting to create a dynamic working environment, as well compelling corporate entrance, we want the design to look modern and also reflect our companies colours as seen on www.powerpac.co.nz
Wants:We are wanting to create a dynamic working environment, as well as a compelling corporate entrance,
We want open plan offices, as well as management offices.
We have 5 management team members, and 8 general admin, finance, sales staff.
Ask for Sample:We would like to see some quick ideas off the attached plans we will then choose the one we like the most and go from there.
#1 Corporate office lay out by PARIKSHIT
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