Leor Exploration came to us only a few short years after we had designed an initial space for Leor Energy which was sold almost as soon as they occupied it. The former principals quietly began organizing and buying up drilling sites and reached the point that office space was critical to their new business. The CFO recalled their former space and asked that we design the new space with many of those features, finishes and elements on level 5 in the Beltway Lakes office building.
Playing off the stones and marble finishes in the building we incorporated the same look and feel into the new Leor lobby but added warm tones of wood veneer. The ceiling planes were dropped and accented with LED fixtures and significant attention was put into material transitions and lighting techniques. Beyond the customer contact area the finish level dropped to a modestly above standard level except for employee break areas which as in their former space is well appointed with appliances, a large Starbuck grind and brew single cup machine and built-in dining and coffee spaces supported by large screen TV.
Throughout the space technology use is both evident and strongly utilized to provide state of the art collaboration and communication with their investors and vendors alike.