Who?

Porsche Mayfair

What?

Commercial fit out including interior design, project management, partitioning, specialised lighting, presentation curtain and flooring.

Where?

Berkeley Square, London

When?

Six week programme Spring 2017

Cost?

Over £100K

 

“WorkBox are always obliging of what we require down to the last detail. The finishes are fully in line with what Porsche require and consistent in quality.”

Case Study

A top of the range presentation suite completely fitted out with LED lighting and resin based flooring was installed by WorkBox for luxury car maker Porsche.

The high end car dealer tasked us with creating a state of the art area at their Mayfair London showroom. The space allows new owners to view their luxury vehicle before taking ownership.

The design process included partitioning and designer wall cladding, as well as heavy duty designer curtain support, which allowed the dealership to wow their customers with a big reveal.

The resin based floor has a high gloss finish and the showroom was finished with LED lighting throughout. WorkBox also installed new carpet areas and signage around the showroom. The six week programme, costing around £100,000, was delivered on schedule.

Greg-Hardy Smith from Porsche said: “Our working relationship with WorkBox grows from strength to strength. They are always obliging of what we require down to the last detail. The finishes are fully in line with what Porsche require and consistent in quality. They are highly professional and always complete project work with little disruption, on time and budget.”

Director of WorkBox, Stuart Thacker, said: “We were delighted to have been involved in this prestigious project for Porsche. It is a name synonymous with quality and luxury and we were pleased to have delivered a state of the art presentation suite for customers to enjoy.”

Phase 2 of the project will see WorkBox complete new client and staff toilets and a new kitchen area.

“WorkBox are highly professional and always complete project work with little disruption, on time and budget.”