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Chameleon Business Interiors has expanded its overseas portfolio by completing a full office refresh with Canadian perks company, Perkopolis.
The refresh, for which employee health and wellbeing was paramount, has seen Perkopolis move into a 4,300 sq ft office space that was specifically designed by Chameleon for the company’s needs and brand personality.
The focus on health and wellbeing in the workplace meant the company prioritised the importance of incorporating as much natural light as possible within the office, to keep the team feeling fresh, as well as boosting creativity and concentration levels. A café style space encourages socialising and conversation, and internal meeting spaces provide the team with areas that spark creativity when working on new projects. This aligned with both Chameleon’s and Perkopolis’ key values, reflecting on how they provide services to their clients.
Morgan Marlowe, Founder and CEO at Perkopolis, said: ‘Refurbishing our office has been a huge milestone, and was the perfect way to celebrate 20 years in business. It’s such an opportune time to have our brand showcased in a space that fits our personality, and we look forward to hosting our vendors, suppliers and partners, as well as business events in the future. Our new space is so inviting – the best part is that, when guests walk in, they all love it!’
Founded in 1998, Chameleon Business Interiors is a specialist in office refurbishments, relocations, redesigns and fit-outs, and provides a complete range of interior design and contracting solutions for commercial office interiors, including space planning, workplace analysis, furniture supply and installation. As well as UK offices in Hull, Birmingham, Leeds and Newcastle, the firm has also expanded to Toronto, Canada.
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