Meridian was quickly bursting through the seams of their existing office space. With the opportunity to move to a new location, they needed a new interior identity that links aesthetically to the national offices.
Our intention was that both suppliers and vendors will feel comfortable and at ease in their new space — whether it be a farmer from the Winelands or a restauranteur.
The new offices allowed for the admin, warehousing and marketing departments to form areas where brainstorming, private meetings and feel-good team breaks can be practiced.
The pause area was also designed as a versatile venue for client and staff lunches, meetings, launches and functions.
Our design allowed a practical spatial floor plan that is able to serve a hard-working space while imparting a sense of character to each space.
The concept rendered a setting rich in texture through the use of aged and salvaged fruit crates for wall cladding, stained wine barrels in a vaulted bulkhead, a bespoke wine display and a handmade corkboard from collected used corks.
Testimonial | Alda, Meridian
“Kim absolutely met our contemporary theme and we also appreciated her honesty and sincere opinion about what will work or not work. She liaised well with the appointed architect, builder and sub-contractors on all the various aspects of the building project, understood our requirements and adhered to the budget at all times.
She always followed up after a delivery on site that the goods delivered met our expectations and used suppliers who provided quality and good service. My best wishes for her future endeavours.”