The Third Floor
Working with the worlds leading filmmakers, The Third Floor are experts in digital storytelling, previsualisation and cinematic choreography. Having worked with directors on some of the largest films in recent years (Gravity, Skyfall and Iron Man) The Third Floor now have a global presence with offices across Los Angeles, Montreal and London.
When Superior Interiors were asked to create an inspiring and creative work environment for The Third Floor, the design team quickly got to work designing a space which would reflect the company’s vibrant and quirky personality.
Superior Interiors’ design solution included stripping back the existing walls and forging a bright open plan working environment, a new welcoming reception area and fun informal staff breakout area’s which house retro TV and arcade video game machines.
Off from the main workplace is a suite of new offices, meeting rooms and a private media room that is complete with all the latest technological gadgets to impress the clients! The addition of wall to ceiling graphics and company branding throughout the space reaffirm the strong identity of The Third Floor.
We really feel that all the components put together in this workplace reflect the vibrant atmosphere and dynamic nature of this company.
What the client said...
I cannot recommend these guys enough. Their communication throughout the process was excellent, and they took all the time to get to know The Third Floor, making sure that our new office fulfilled all our practical needs while also giving it a fun and relaxed vibe. The site team were polite, kept communal areas clean at all times, and were really accommodating when we wanted to come and have a sneak peak at the office throughout the works! Superior Interiors gave us really personal service, and created an amazing office that we all love, in a really small time frame. The bits of snagging left at the end of the project were fixed within a week, and their aftercare has been faultless.I highly recommend them to other creative SMEs, and will certainly be using them again the future.