The Interiors Group has recently fitted out the offices of the new headquarters for General Electric in Muscat, Oman.
The project was delivered two weeks earlier than planned and on budget, partnering with BlueHaus for architectural and MEP design.
Jonathan Miller, general manager, Interiors Group said: “It was a pleasure with working with such a forward thinking client and helping them with their change management ideas in Oman. It was a challenging project to deliver in such a short time, yet this date was a must for GE’s business continuity and we achieved it to high accolade from GE.”
Trying out the ‘open plan style of working’ within the new offices, the plan turned out to be a success with staff embracing the new scheme more enthusiastically than the traditional cellular office style.
The reception area, fitted out by The Interiors Group, uses the GE branding, complemented by the arabesque marble flooring. The clean beige and cream colour scheme complements the blue feature wall whilst encompassing the ceiling lit with “GE Blue” LED lighting .
The design also incorporates the “Ideas Centre” that is based within the main office space. Blue back lit painted glass with break out seating encourages team members to meet informally for brainstorming. This space has been accentuated through the use of blue carpeting whilst the rest of the office space uses standard corporate carpeting.