The centre of any Facility is its meeting and lounge areas and AKA endeavour to create sociable and stylish areas where clients and staff can meet and relax.
Clients include: Molinare, Smoke & Mirrors, Motorola, Ascent 142, Andersen Consulting, Big Bouy, Technicolor, Sony, Tequila & Wave Amsterdam
Meeting & Lounge Installation Projects
AKA were asked to design and manufacture a central lounge and bar area in this busy Post Facility. The materials used were back-lit Onyx with Solid and Veneered Elm.
AKA were commissioned by Big Bouy to move their entire facility to their new Soho Home. AKA designed and manufactured a stunning front of house Reception bar constructed in cast concrete and high gloss lacquer with integrated mood lighting.
Smoke and Mirrors commissioned AKA to move their entire facility to their new Poland street home this included desking for over 100 after-effects staff, three audio, 5 finishing and two grading suites. As part of the contract AKA were also asked to design and build the reception and bar for their new front of house. This was manufactured from sand blasted English oak. Corian and high gloss lacquer to create this contemporary yet friendly reception area.
When Molinare’s extensive refurbishment project was undertaken, AKA was asked to supply a curved four seater reception desk and tea bar. The front face was made from sections of alibaster/onyx stone that was back lit and wrapped in a leather frame. The body of the desk was constructed from solid and veneered walnut and the same style was carried through to the adjacent tea bar. AKA also supplied the Molinare signage that was hand leather wrapped to compliment the area.
When Wave Amsterdam decided to open a new facility in the heart of Amsterdam, AKA were commissioned to design their reception and a five metre bar / kitchen area. When the site was ready AKA sent a two man team to install the furniture over a weekend resulting in the facility being up and running Monday morning. Both pieces had feature lighting and housed dish washers, sinks, fridges and coffee machines.
This private office was comissioned by interior designer Daren Gayor and all the furniture was manufactured and supplied by AKA, using Walnut, sand-blasted glass and stainless steel.
AKA had been asked by this world brand to design meeting, training and conferencing areas over a number of different sites. All these areas were filled with technology and AKA worked closely with the system integrator to house touch screens, video walls and smart boards throughout its facilities.
This Soho based PR agency comissioned AKA to design and manufacture their new boardroom and presentation suite, not in a forest but in the basement! ... Spot the real trees.