‘SENT TO COVENTRY’ ON ANOTHER CREATIVE CHALLENGE FOR PULSE.
Coventry was next on our growing portfolio of Pulse office transformations and this unique layout presented us with a tough challenge. We were tasked with maintaining the same creative approach of providing a scheme influenced by location and history without turning this modern office into a museum.
Following plenty of research and some clever use of materials and techniques we helped create another unique space. A centrepiece is the boardroom which celebrates the importance of the British motor industry. A combination of abstract vintage car images overlaid with Coventry landmarks form large canvases, a bespoke printed roller blind and a unique feature wall mural.
A themed meeting room is influenced by local hero ‘Lady Godiva’ using bold tensioned fabric and door graphics – not forgetting the cheeky ‘Peeping Tom’ blinds! ‘Knitted-look’ blinds and large fabric ceiling banners now adorn the main office in reference to the city's links to the textile industry with wooden printed OSB panels on the walls featuring the ruined nearby Cathedral.
Here are a selection of Before & After shots from the project to demonstrate part of the transformation that was made:
Before & After: PULSE COVENTRY