Jersey Tourism, Liberation Place
Jersey's Tourism Department and Public Information Office moved into their new headquarters at Liberation Place in September 2007.
The five-storey floor building was constructed with a steel frame with a large amount of glazed curtain walling with steel feature beams, creating a modern and exciting building that draws the eye with its sense of space and light.
Following an intensive selection process, Style Office was selected to supply all the new furniture after proposing products from a selection of manufacturers to meet budgetary requirements and complement the vision of Jersey Tourism for a comfortable and and efficient working interior.
Style Office worked closely with the Jersey Tourism team, Project Managers, Rowney Sharman and Axis Mason Interiors over several months to develop a space efficient and effective working environment in a harmonious blend of finishes to complement the interior design.
Consultancy services were provided to carry out an inventory of all existing furniture and to assess the current storage systems.
Mock-up workstations of the proposed desking ranges were introduced with ancillary personal storage ranges so that the client could evaluate different options to best suit each team's way of working. Specific space plans were developed from the generic floor plans to ensure that the final layouts properly reflected the work patterns of the organisation.
Project space and meeting areas were provided on each floor to ensure close at hand space for teamwork and project meetings.
Modular, contemporary meeting room furniture was provided for the top floor media and conference suites to allow for flexible meeting configurations and a range of modular soft seating was designed to the waiting areas and to provide comfortable breakout space.