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What really drives the design process at OEG is the passion with which our design team tackle each project.

They strive to ensure that the specification of creative concepts, inspiring colours & stimulating finishes are applied to your project without in any way compromising on functionality. This produces a harmonious environment that promotes your company values and objectives whilst effortlessly accommodating workflows and practical requirements.

Our Design Studio is equipped with the latest cutting edge planning, 3D rendering and animation software enabling you to clearly visualise the excellence of our office design proposals prior to implementation.

From consultation stages, leading into the design and specification phases and on to implementation and beyond, our processes are mapped and systemised to ensure efficient development of every project.

One of the key aspects of the design process is the client’s involvement. As directly involved in the design process you can input a whole host of important information from you experience and knowledge of your organisation. This results in a far superior understanding of your office fit-out requirements by our design team and helps you and you colleagues ‘buy-in’ to the project in a greater way.

Client involvement is also hugely beneficial to our designers helping them to quickly work up relevant schemes and avoid the wasted time caused by independent working and lack of proximity to our client’s requirements.

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