The office interiors of valve and component manufacturer Norgren/IMI have been redesigned by Matthew Fairweather.
The company set Bristol based Matthew Fairweather with the task of producing an interior which would be ‘dynamic’ and use a ‘customer focused set of graphics’ as well as décor that would encapsulate Norgrens position within a variety of business sectors.
Fairweather commented “The new offices lead customers, staff and visitors on a journey of discovery, using interesting, component based photographs through to seeing how they are used in the end application. Something that looks fairly unexciting actually ends up in your cars gearbox or sorting potatoes you buy in Tesco. We wanted to bring this to life, and make the components much more exciting to look at and show how they were used.”
The new interiors have been rolled out in Norgren’s Bristol based headquarters.
David Owen, marketing manager for Norgen UK, commented: “We are delighted with the result. Our products have been brought to life in a really impactive and dynamic manner. We are already seeing extremely positive reactions from staff, customers and visitors alike."