Workspace design and build for specifiers

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Inspire, and be inspired, with our exciting design-build process. We revitalise office spaces, creating bespoke places for businesses to call home, working with trusted specifiers to produce quality, consistent results.

How can we help?


Data driven analysis and a keen ear to your needs forms our understanding of your needs and culture, helping to lay out how much space you have and what you want to do with it.


We ensure that the interior design fits with the space that’s available, enabling a smooth transition into constructing the client’s dream workspace.

Fit Out.

Efficient and consistent delivery for fit outs, helping businesses to realise their true potential and enjoy a space that’s been refined to perfection.


We secure furnishings and fixtures that suit the needs of the client, working towards a holistic image that brings out the culture of the workspace.


We help bring old spaces into the future, in a streamlined refurbishment process that provides great value at great prices.

Who do we work with for interior workspace design?

We always work to ensure the best result, collaborating with trusted specifiers of all disciplines – providing safety, security, quality, and accountability at all stages of the process. Key people we work with are:

  • Architects
  • Technical Specifiers
  • Engineers
  • Approved Inspectors and Building Controllers
  • Contractors
  • Suppliers


If you’ve got any questions, you can find out more through our FAQs where we answer common questions from our collaborators.

What is the role of a specifier in interior design?

A specifier’s role is to create the specification – a document regarding the technical requirements for materials, products, and workmanship required for a project to proceed successfully.

A specifier advises the entire team on an interior design project, including the designers, contractors, and anyone else involved. They guide the teams on the materials to be used, along with advice on selecting and applying fittings, fixtures, furniture, and furnishings.

Acting as trusted advisors on the technical aspects of an interior design project, specifiers help to ensure a project meets regulatory requirements while also being achievable within the scope of the project and its timeframe.

What is a construction specifier?

A construction specifier is in charge of creating the construction specification, which is a document that states how a building is going to be altered. This can include constructed, demolition, changes, or removal.

The work of a construction specifier aligns with interior design to ensure the brief is met, helping to apply design decisions to the construction process. They have particular significance in the case of changes to interior structural elements such as interior walls.

What’s the difference between architecture and interior design engineering?

Architecture is typically referred to as the process of designing buildings, whereas interior design engineering is the process of creating interior design specifications. There is a lot of crossover between the two, however, as interior design projects can require the input of either architects or engineers to ensure the project goes smoothly.

The key purpose of all the specifiers involved is to provide the technical information for contractors to follow, acting as integral parts of the design-build process.

What is the role of specifiers vs contractors?

A specifier – such as an architect, engineer, technical specifier, or designer – can create specifications that can be published as part of the contractual documentation for a project. This information includes materials, models, drawings, and technical details, which can be handed over to contractors as part of the handover for construction to begin.