Claremont has been shortlisted for an Insider South West Property Award in the category of Commercial Fit-out or Refurbishment Project of the Year for its work on Pukka Herbs’ eye-catching new Bristol home.
Claremont’s brief for the project was to bring the Pukka brand to life and create open plan, flexible and inspirational work settings for its 130-strong team. With a clear focus on employee wellbeing and biophilic design, it was also necessary to include a combination of restorative, relaxing and playful spaces while embodying the brand’s ‘come alive’ positioning.
Based in the historic Chocolate Factory building just outside Bristol, ‘Herb House’ was officially opened by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall in April 2018. David Anderson, Head of Projects & IT and Pukka Herbs, said: “This project spanned a period of four years, from pitch to practical completion, and the Claremont team was with us every step of the way.”
The winners of the Insider South West Property Awards will be announced at a gala dinner at the Bristol Marriott Hotel in the centre of Bristol on 4th October. For a full shortlist, see the Insider South West Awards website.