Tarkett - Offices
WHEN Manchester-based content marketing agency Hattrick moved to The Boat Shed in Exchange Quay, it was an opportunity to create a ‘wow’ space to reflect its culture.
A cultural mash-up between Northern grit and a Nordic team-led approach, the built-environment specialists worked with The Sheila Bird Group to bring their vision to life. Atul Bansal and his team carved the space up using four different colour hexagons from Tarkett’s iD Mixonomi modular vinyl tile flooring collection.
Offset against a black and steel backdrop and Scandi wood textures, the muted flooring tiles reportedly create a statement feature across the room and separate the entrance and kitchen areas from the open plan office.
Although a relatively small space, it’s said to be one of discovery and geometry. Regardless of where you enter, you have to move around for all to be revealed with what the company calls an unexpected configuration achieved using diagonal lines, hexagonal flooring and lush greenery.
Atul comments, ‘We wanted to create a proper ‘home’ for the agency – a place that was full of character and fun; both inspirational and functional all in one. Their unique makeup helps them see the world through a different lens and the Tarkett iD Mixonomi collection helped us showcase this in a quirky way - and it was surprisingly easy to install, even with four different colourways.’