Spaces / Public, Workplace

205 Queen Street LobbyAuckland, New Zealand, 2021 | Cachet

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This ‘business casual’ refurbishment project encompassed the lobby and café public spaces at the landmark 205 Queen Street building in Auckland’s midtown.

UFL worked with the Cachet interior design studio and supplied a full furniture array for this project. The client was Roxy-CES, a joint venture formed by Singapore-listed firms Roxy-Pacific Holdings and Chip Eng Seng Corporation, which bought 205 Queen St – previously known as National Bank Towers – in 2018.

 

European furniture, supplied by UFL:

Sancal La Isla ottomans in jewelled colours: soft seating for transient and open spaces, by Swedish design studio Note. Its curves and soft upholstery invite weary shoppers and workers – creating calming zones that create simultaneous comfort for strangers while respecting each other’s privacy.

Arper Catifa 46 chairs in dusty pink: its sleek profile and casual efficiency are light and airy enough for the slightly smaller scale spaces. Extremely flexible, Catifa 46 is available in a huge range of options and applications, without losing its crisp, business-like character.

Enea Lottus Chairs and Stools: this seating in a soft charcoal tone provides durable, multi-tasking seating for meeting points at different heights and levels of formality.

Designers: Cachet | Photography: Mark Scowen

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