Breathing Space in Minster Court

Re-thinking the workplace is the specialism of Burtt-Jones & Brewer and a talent they have put to good use for the office re-location of a global insurance client. Based in Minster Court, London, the company had out-grown their office, so a move has not only allowed them to spread out but also introduce new spaces like a feature broker bar and staff breakouts.

A diverse selection of Morgan seating and tables have been specified which are in keeping with the design brief to create an interior with the style and finishes that feel more like an exclusive hotel.

It is becoming more commonplace for a workspace project to specify such a large range of Morgan original designs, along with many different fabrics and timber finishes. The sum of the parts is a superb interior that outshines the average office space and truly puts the needs and comfort of its staff at the fore.

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Manhattan modular seating is used to separate the lounge into two sections. It is grouped with Chevy chairs and Boston coffee tables.

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For this breakout space, a generously long Hampton sofa is teamed with Seville wing-back armchairs and a Chevy coffee table.

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The spacious broker bar features Pastille bar stools with comfortable upholstered back.

Morgan_MinsterCourtOffices_Ribb high back chairs and sofas

Ribb high back chairs and sofas create stylish cocoons for private working or meeting with a colleague. Shown with Boston tables.

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Photos by Nick Miners Photography


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