Whether you’re spending a few quiet days at home or taking the family on a much-needed getaway, our team would like to wish you a happy and safe Christmas and holiday season!
To say 2017 has been a big year for us is certainly an understatement! We have performed some of our biggest fit outs so far with over $10million of work on sites including QUT, Aon, Brisbane City Council and Multinail. We have remained actively involved in industry events again this year, attending international events including the Framery World Conference, Salone del Mobile Milano, and The Meta Collective Conference, and next year we’re looking to increase our brand knowledge by working closely with Scandinavian suppliers such as Framery, Jonas Ihreborn and Martela.
We are happy to announce that our work within The Meta Collective has certainly increased, and the commitment to sharing valuable knowledge between our extended team is helping us grow together to form a solid network across Australia and New Zealand.
Whilst we’re sad to say goodbye to such a successful year for Offiscape, we’re excited to welcome the new opportunities 2018 is already presenting. In February we send three team members to the Stockholm Furniture Fair as an educational venture, giving them the advantage to learn about our new products from the designers and CEOs themselves, and forward on this knowledge to our clients.
We welcome Offect, a Swedish brand with a philosophy in sustainability, increasing our range of environmentally conscious partners, and adding to our existing Scandinavian brands such as Jonas Ihreborn, Flokk and Engelbrechts.
Most excitingly, we continue to launch our in-house workshops to build our relationships with clients and assist them in understanding the importance of happiness in the workplace and how we are able to facilitate this with our unique furniture solutions.
On behalf of Jason and the Offiscape team, thank you for a wonderful year and we look forward to working with you through another busy year in 2018!
*Absent from team photograph, Matt Allsopp and Teresa Melloy