Argo Development Corporation and Hallett Homes Shared Office Space

“Leading-edge”, “stream-lined”, “successful”: defined through interior design.

Before: It’s the perfect scenario for a designer. To be part of the project from the beginning. In this case an industrial shell.

After: The walnut beams, credenza, and desk add a solid permanence to the reception area.

Lush seating, focused on the striking stone fireplace wall and the tray ceiling above project a cozy, yet sophisticated seating area. The large boardroom doors clad in walnut veneer lend an idea of what sits beyond the doors.

Another perspective of the seating area and the linear balance it creates.

When Argo was building their new shared head office with Hallett Homes, they had a vision of what they wanted for the space.

As a residential and commercial developer, and builder, they knew their space had to project the right image.

With Argo’s expertise in development and Hallett Homes high standard in quality craftsmanship for building homes, you expect their own space to be top-notch!

We worked closely with Estate Interiors—who fabricated all the elements that make up the reception and boardroom, to address the needs and requests of the client.

Girded in modern black steel brackets, the beams pay homage to the past and offer a playful contrast to the modern light fixtures.

The pristine boardroom is a true reflection of Argo Development and Hallett Homes’ ethos and principles. Solid, with a slight bit of edge in the details and just enough shine to attract attention.

The illuminated, onyx stone backsplash adds an exciting visual element to the servery. Panel mold backed by mirror offers a sophisticated touch of reflectance that plays off the gold-trimmed details in the room.

The 26' long, walnut veneered, boat-shaped boardroom table is an accurate metaphor for the companies and visitors who use the space, it’s all about moving forward.

25 years of inspiring design by Jane Lockhart Design

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