The Brief

When we met Studio Diva they were working out of a town house in Queen Square, Bristol. As a creative industry they craved more collaboration space and a more open plan feel to their offices whilst maintaining the identity that had become a integral part of their business at Queen Square. The space needed to relay their creativity, aid collaboration and team working whilst retaining a sense of the buildings history. There was also the upgrade of the data connections to enable a higher productivity for the team, meeting spaces and an editing suite to consider.

The Visualisation

Working closely with Studio Diva was a joy, with such a creative company, we could bounce our ideas off each other. They were very open minded and took a close knit team approach to the project. After some back and forth it was easy to understand their vision and enthusiasm, and to get excited about turning the plans into real life.

The Realisation

Studio Diva’s new space is modern and bright, it encompasses the up-to-date feel of the business whilst also being sympathetic to the architecture of the building, with inclusion of parquet flooring and banded glazing it creates a cool collaborative space for them to successfully conduct business. The use of a new power and data solution, focused on longevity and designed to last the test of time enabled them speedier simple connections. Additions of brick slip walls to match the brick walls that were existing and removal of the wall cladding in the older side of the building to reveal an architectural arch set into the wall and the brick surface really adds to the authenticity of the space.

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