Installation – Earth Bound Interiors

Open Plan Offices April 2019

Oaks Media Offices

Ultimate Heli

Clean, contemporary office

Cocoon Mobile Ottomans

Installation in Pretoria (Dec 2017)

Cocoon Pod & Booth

No Grey Areas

Office installation Zambia

Redefine Rosebank Office

An Agile Office that unlocks productivity

Lippy’s own offices

Office space in Paradise

JD Group Head Office

JoJo Tanks Offices

Same, but different

SGS Johannesburg Installation

Installation with Evolution office furniture

Evolution Slim Line Installation

Black and White Installation

The Factories

Private Office

Open Plan Office

Call Centre Layout

Installation at Promise Agency

Installation at King Price Insurance Pretoria

A wonderful, professional company, its been a blast from the word go working with Entrawood & Entrakor and just getting better every year

Francisco Nunes - 27 Feb 2019Affordable Office Solutions

The Oaks Collective is proud to say that our 400m² environment is fully kitted with Entrawood office furniture. And it truly has forged a space where we feel can do what we do best: CREATE.
In our experience Entrawood's business manager went out of the way to understood our unique needs and to guide us in our decision-making until we felt we had come to the perfect solution. The result is a very productive team and ‘oohs’ and ‘aaaghs’ from clients who enjoy meeting at our place rather than their’s. I always invite new clients to our offices, and some have said, and I quote “Your furniture tells me I can do business with you." The Oaks Collective is immensely proud to be associated with Entrawood and to have produced a video that showcases the heartbeat of what Entrawood is about. We are proud advocates of Entrawood.

Flaps van der MerweCEO/Executive, Creative Director, The Oaks Collective

Culture guides discretionary behavior and it picks up where the employee handbook leaves off. Culture tells us how to respond to an unprecedented service request. It tells us whether to risk telling our bosses about our new ideas, and whether to surface or hide problems. Employees make hundreds of decisions on their own every day, and culture is our guide. Culture tells us what to do when the CEO isn’t in the room, which is of course most of the time.

Frances Frei and Anne Morriss at Harvard Business Review