Modus Operandi Office Space

This client came to us as they wanted to move their office from the Film Exchange Building space to a new, larger office space in the Honeyman Hardware Company building.  We had worked with them on their launch office and this space was to integrate their existing furniture into the new space as well as add new pieces.  The overall plan included a full Tenant improvement overhaul.

The space was last renovated sometime in the 1990's.  There was some lovely CVG fir used throughout, though the planning was outdated blocking the full windows and the wall colors were reminiscent of an era gone by, not to return to fashion. We worked with both R&H Construction (shell) and BnK (Tenant Improvement) to carefully renovate the shell and reuse as much as possible. The rustic brick from the structure was uncovered and highlighted, the walls were painted in bright white, black and neon yellow was used to highlight the structural columns.  The mechanical systems were kept exposed and the building updated to code with an ADA bathroom.  Knotty Pine was uncovered on the mezzanine floor and preserved. We reclaimed and reused the CVG fir to design and create a new conference table in a Native American inspired pattern with a clear and ebonized finish.  Barn doors were added.  ModOp's signature orange was used as color pops throughout the furniture and the artwork came from within - ModOp's own Brian Kingston.  (more photography here.) 

The Scope: Tenant improvement planning, interior design, finishes and furniture selection.  Custom conference table design.