Ricoh office interior by Hauraki Design reflects commitment to sustainability and technology
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Sustainable workplace design for new Ricoh Auckland office by interior design team at Hauraki Design. Office has pod seating, murals, client showroom
Corporate branding is all about creating a high profile and visual continuity. It is also about reinforcing a company's key philosophies.
For more than 15 years, the design team at Hauraki Design has been translating this message into office interiors for leading IT company Ricoh. Hauraki Design has designed Ricoh offices in Wellington, Dunedin, Christchurch, Hamilton and Auckland, with the latest project being the new Auckland headquarters in the gateway building on the corner of Wellesley and Victoria Streets.
Director David Evans says the new Auckland premises reflects the move towards the digital office, but this has not involved any compromise in the work environment.
"Sustainability is also a key platform for Ricoh, and this encompasses the workplace and the wellbeing of employees. The colour green appears throughout the interior, reinforcing the green message. The provision of informal seating pods and breakout areas also reflects the move towards a more flexible, free-flowing office that encourages staff interaction and collaboration."
Hauraki Design, established 20 years ago, specialises in all aspects of interior and architectural design, project management and property consulting. The company has forged many stable, long-term relationships, designing and managing future change for key clients.
For more details, contact Hauraki Design, PO Box 56488, Dominion Rd, Auckland 1446, phone (09) 623 0343. Email: email@example.com. Website:www.haurakidesign.co.nz
First published date: 02 February 2015