27Jul
101 Reception
A smart move
Read more

The Niche team pushed the creative envelope in designing TiG's bold new headquarters. At the forefront of data intelligence, TiG provides innovative cloud services and is not afraid to stand out with their office space, either.

6Jul
KWG 009 10092020
Kitting Out For Kingswood
Read more

We are thrilled to announce that we have been appointed to carry out a complete office strip out and redesign for Kingswood Group, an AIM listed integrated wealth management company with £4.8 Billion of assets under management. 

17May
8 ways COVID 19 will change Office Design for SMEs
8 ways COVID-19 will change Office Design for SMEs
Read more

COVID-19 has overturned working life. Busy commutes and face-to-face meetings have become a distant memory, while the use of online collaboration tools has skyrocketed with many of us working remotely. As the lockdowns eventually ease and offices start to reopen, both staff and visitors may be anxious about returning to close contact with others. Businesses must quickly adapt to new health guidelines that emphasize social distancing, sanitation, and flexibility.

30Mar
JBW DARLINGTON GF GF BOARDROOM 10.09.2020.jpg
JBW Darlington
Read more

We are pleased to provide details of our latest project for an existing client. JBW group the enforcement and collection specialist, with whom we had worked with a few years ago on a London design and fit out project approached Niche to refit a 10,000 SQFT office and call center facility in Darlington. 

18Mar
incorporating sustainability in office design
Incorporating sustainability in office design
Read more

We previously covered ‘the Office Design Trends to Expect in 2020’, with sustainability and green office spaces being at the forefront of these. From sustainable materials to finding ways to control energy usage, and complying with stringent ecological restrictions, organisations are now making more concerted efforts to incorporate sustainability in office design. Businesses can have a greater impact on sustainability initiatives by following current building trends that are being found in both commercial and personal properties. Here are some tips for going green in the workplace:

6Mar
8 ways COVID 19 will change Office Design for SMEs
The role of nature in the workplace
Read more

The term ‘biophilia’ refers to humans’ inherent connection with nature, which we know to have a huge influence on health and wellbeing. Biophilic design seeks to bring this connection and its myriad of benefits to interior spaces. As the workplaces continue to evolve and become more community-focused and conversations around employee wellbeing increase, leading office designers turn to biophilic solutions in order to create better office experiences.

17Feb
Collaborative spaces in big offices
Collaborative areas for small groups in big offices
Read more

Collaborative spaces can take many forms — from formal meeting rooms designed to bring employees together and work as a group to informal social spaces that prompt staff to come together in a natural, more relaxed way.

3Feb
Logo and Reception Area Copy
Attention to detail
Read more

Niche Projects has been appointed an interior design and fit-out project to shape CWA’s new London headquarters. With over 35 years of experience in international maritime trade, shipping and insurance consultancy, our goal was to communicate the client’s company culture, business structure, and extensive trade history through thoughtful design of their new offices.

20Jan
Vandersanden Reception Copy
Bricks & Mortar
Read more

Niche Projects is excited to be designing and delivering a creative, multi-functional office space for Vandersanden. Sharing our passion for sustainability and craftmanship, Vandersanden produces environmentally friendly materials for construction, enabling businesses like us to design and construct beautiful spaces.

13Jan
optimise open office acoustics
Acoustics in open office spaces
Read more

Offices today are more open and designed for collaboration than ever before. While open setups make it easier for employees to communicate and collaborate, they also bring about some unique challenges, particularly increased noise levels. Poor workplace acoustics and not having somewhere private to make calls or to concentrate are among the most common issues reported by employees when asked about open office design.