First birthday celebrations for Birmingham office fit-out company Flow

Spencer Turner – Approved Shopfitting and Interiors, Nikky Brand – Kingston Noble, Nigel Evans – Surveyors and Valuers, Lee Gill – Flow Office

This February, the Midlands-based company Flow Office Furniture & Interiors celebrated their first anniversary. 

Over 150 guests joined owner Lee Gill and his team to celebrate Flow’s success. Held at Canalside Birmingham, located within the city’s iconic Cube building, the anniversary event was coordinated by AllinAll Events. Musical entertainment was provided by the singer Jamie Joseph and the local band Antiquity.

Lee’s favourite commission so far has been Genting Casino’s head office at Star City, which included a slide into the main office from an informal meeting area where the flooring was laid out like a roulette table. Flow also provided the design and furniture for 150 team members, a number of meeting rooms and informal meeting booths, a gymnasium and canteen.

Lee predicts that through 2018 we will see a continued focus on employee wellness, with workplaces becoming increasingly greener and incorporating eco-friendly features such as living walls. We can also expect to see a greater variety of textures, materials and natural finishes in the aim to create a comfortable, sustainable, yet different working environment.

Flow completed 11 major projects around the UK over their first year, selling nearly 1000 desks and 1200 seats! Flow are specialists at creating and refurbishing office spaces and working environments. They use the latest 3D space-planning technology to make optimal use of the space available. They provide high quality office furniture that’s practical, ergonomic and aesthetically pleasing. Flow’s team of skilled professionals pride themselves of their ability to carry out each new office installation with minimum disruption to the client’s everyday business.

The continuously evolving world of office interiors means that no two projects are ever the same. Lee says: “The materials we have at our fingertips are being utilised in ways we could have never imagined before and the possibilities are endless. If you can dream it, there’s a way of creating it.”

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