Contemporary Office Interior | By Suhail & Fawad Architects – EY, Ernst & Young Ford Rhodes Offices

Project

EY, Ernst & Young Ford Rhodes Offices, Advisory & Assurance Divisions

Type  Corporate
Location Islamabad – Pakistan
Architecture Firm Suhail & Fawad Architects

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Principal Architect

Project Architect

Suhail A. Abbasi

Fawad S. Abbasi

Project Manager Sultan M. Qureshi
Photography Salman J. Malik & Fawad S. Abbasi
ndustry Partners: PCI Group, S. Abdulla, RAK Tiles, Sun Aluminum & Glass, Islamabad Lights, SMQ Contractors

The interior design of this project has been divided into phases as the division is based in levels of the office space and various departments within EY. Due to the complex phases of a working office space we had to manufacture a number of items outside the site and execute them on specific timings therefore the assembling timelines was extremely crucial.

The design team focused on opening the office to natural light & plantation and a layout that not only follows global guideline of EY which was not part and parcel of the earlier offices but was made sure to be looked at while the concepts were being worked on.

The advisory and assurance divisions are Phase 3 & 4 of the office and done with an extremely tight budget but to a quality Suhail & Fawad Architects believes in.

Every segment of this commission was successful due to great teamwork & coordination of the in-house architects, site staff and industry partners alike.

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