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Project Overview

A peach palace for our precious Earl.St team, featuring considered use of colour, ample light and a thoughtfully designed layout.

Project Commissioner

Earl.St and Angle

Project Creator

BoardGrove Architects

Project Brief

Our branding agency Earl.St is well known for its use of colour and we wanted to bring this to our place of work. We did so by using a gradient tone – darker at the entry and lightening up as you move towards the rear. We wanted a clean, streamline workspace with a pop of colour and I feel we certainly achieved just that.

Project Innovation/Need

We’ve provided a space to create, innovate and come together as a unit. Calming yet engaging, it fosters collaboration and inspiration, everyday.

Design Challenge

We had the existing space and wanted an open plan office, however we needed some privacy up the front to ensure meetings didn’t become distracting – the framed peach gate was created as a result of this.


The main sustainability aspect I feel is the colour itself; the idea here is every four years we pick another colour to switch things up – keeping the space feeling fresh, without requiring new materials, or maintenance. We used pre-existing furniture and updated the colour to match rather than completely restyling. We also utilised a sky light and full-height windows at the front of the space to draw in an abundance of natural light, minimising the need for heating in the cooler months.

This award celebrates innovative and creative building interiors, with consideration given to space creation and planning, furnishings, finishes, aesthetic presentation and functionality. Consideration also given to space allocation, traffic flow, building services, lighting, fixtures, flooring, colours, furnishings and surface finishes.
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