Protocol provides an extensive portfolio of Contract Furniture. Since their inception in 1991, Protocol has developed a large selection of quality products to provide suitable options for all design schemes and venues including hotels, restaurants, stadiums, offices, cafes, bars, universities and golf clubs.
Protocol has recently provided furniture for etc. venues, the next generation training space in Chancery Lane, London. etc. venues specialises in offering spaces for events, conferences, training, exhibitions and meetings.
Chancery Lane is the latest London venue, offering a 5-floor training space with a flexible, inspirational setting to reflect the more relaxed learning style of today’s workforce.
Protocol supplied a range of furniture for the meeting rooms, spacious collaborative areas and informal zones which encourage work, rest and play.
The venue encompasses a contemporary design mixing vintage, old school with 3D and urban street to create a relaxed, homely environment. Comfortable sofas and lounge armchairs were supplied in a combination of patterned and leather upholstery in blue and tan colour tones. The brass poseur table bases, low stools and marble tops highlight the modern style whilst the classic bentwood high stools, wooden elements and bespoke finishes give a contrasting rustic look.
Head of design at etc.Venues explains the design inspiration at etc.venues Chancery Lane.
“The theme is eclectic, high-end industrial and playful. Quirky fittings and furnishings are to include vintage sideboards, tree trunk stools, factory workshop benches and inviting sofas alongside traditional training furniture. Art and decorative features will include trends borrowed from street artists, plant displays, textures and 3D artwork. It’s an exciting, uplifting contrast of old and new, combining brick, concrete, timber and leather finishes to create a feel unlike other London training spaces.”
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