Wiltshire Council’s new building was designed by architects Strides-Treglown and combines a modern council office space with an open public area for the Wiltshire community to access the council’s services.
Elm Workspace followed on from the 18-month build by supplying the council with contemporary office workstations, task chairs and storage. The open atrium also allowed for Elm to install restaurant chairs, tables and soft seating areas.
The scheme has been a huge success for all parties. Alongside the working environment, members of the public have open access to the new library.
Overall, Elm installed over 2,500 items, covering several areas of current office design and space planning.
Take a look at the entire project gallery below:
Click to view our interview with Elm Workspace MD Daren Spencer, on location at Wiltshire Council: