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BHC STUDENTS GET CREATIVE WITH OFFICE LAYOUTS.

By | Food for thought, Layout
Every Year Entrawood collaborates with The BHC, Their 2nd year Interior Design students are briefed to do the layout of a modern agile office for a fictional client and express the company's culture through their choice of furniture, colour and finishes – they could choose 1 the following: Glow - Mobile fitness app (such as Sweat, by Kayla Itsines) Wakanda Regional Police station office (such as SAPD) LeveL Architecture Firm...
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Entrawood at Design Joburg 2018

By | Food for thought, Layout
Design Joburg 2018 took place from 25 - 27 May at the Sandton convention centre. Featuring Rooms-On-View, a range of concept stands curated by different designers, each with a theme, colour and room focus, bringing together the very latest in décor and design from the African continent, in a cohesive and considered layout. There were also many branded stands putting their best foot forward in very impressive displays. Entrawood is proud...
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The 48hour brief with INSCAPE Education Group

By | Food for thought, Layout
We are often faced with tight deadlines and pressure to do a layout, render, get approval to place an order within in a day or two, so that we can make, deliver, install office furniture 2 weeks later. In collaboration with Leigh Krueger, the Undergraduate Academic Manager and Carsten Walton, the Faculty Dean for Built Environment we created a challenging but fun brief  for the 2nd year students at all...
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BHC School of Design 2nd year Projects

By | Food for thought, Layout
We were Blown-A-way by the presentation from the BHC School of Design 2nd years 2017! Students were asked to choose one of 3 businesses for whom they needed to conceptualise, design and lay out an office space, using Entrawood’s Evolution, Elevate, Salon and Cocoon ranges. They had to consider the flow of information and people through the space catering for different activities and making the most of the available space....
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Focus on Office Trends in 2016

By | Food for thought, Layout, Office Layout Solutions

With the start of the new year we have been researching and looking through some trend forecast specifically related to office space and design, below we share some of the most interesting articles with you. Many commentators have predicted the ‘death of the office’. It is no closer to becoming true than the ‘paperless office’ was when Business Week predicted it in 1975. – Paul Carder Stay ahead of the game:…

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BHC School of Design 2nd year Student Work

By | Food for thought, Layout, Office Furniture

This is the second year we have set a project for the BHC School of Design 2nd year students and Stephen Lew. Students were asked to select one of four companies to design an office space, using Entrawood’s Evolution range. They had to consider the company’s employees needs relating to privacy or noise, as well as collaboration and relaxation, making the most of the available space. We provided them with a CAD…

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Entrawood Showroom

By | Layout, Office Furniture, Office Layout Solutions | No Comments

We have been working hard to ready our Showroom and we recently invited some of our clients and suppliers to celebrate this milestone with us. Following requests from our dealer partners, we have created a space for them to bring their clients to view the Entrawood ranges and compare colour options. This has been extremely effective and well received by our end users. We invite you to come and meet our…

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Layout Project with BHC School of Design

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Entrawood Office Furniture Solutions recently collaborated with BHC School of Design to create a design and layout challenge for the Second year students. The aim of the project was to give young up and coming interior designers a taste for office Design as well as challenge their layout and conceptualisation skills. Students were given an office layout of 250m2 into which they had to arrange at least 37 individual work…

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