We first met Nick and Anil from Horton Advisory several years ago when they were setting up their initial office. Horton is a communications firm that helps organisations navigate politics and the media. It's a team of ex-journos working at a high tempo.
For their first piece they wanted a wooden and colourful communal office desk as well as a compact lounge setting.
As we own our production, we turned our Willy table into an open-plan 6-person table with a cutout for cable access, and made a custom size vinny coffee table and jay chairs for their lounge space.
Fast forward a few years and a move into a gorgeous New York loft-style warehouse space, and they were ready to furnish their new work home. Their brief was simple, it needed to feel "light and airy".
With sustainability always in mind, their original Willy table was repurposed as the boardroom table and paired with Rosie rattan chairs.
For the workstations, they opted for our NCW desks. As described in the acronym, "Non-Corporate Workstations"(NCW) are far from corporate. The solid timber tops and rattan screens provide a sense of warmth and home. The NCW also offers versatility in configuration, where they used a mix of double and single pods. The metal legs feature pops of pastels and primary colors for additional contrast and character.
At the entrance, our NCW storage units in wood and rattan feature a single unit for glassware while the longer unit is used as a tea point tailor-made with an integrated fridge and pink recycled plastic top.
The prized feature of the space is the gorgeous square-paneled industrial windows that have a view of leafy Bourke Street. The Suzy shelves sit elegantly underneath and were made to measure to house their extensive collection of books and journals.