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Adaptable office space – Apex Executive Interiors

Adaptable office space – Apex Executive Interiors

With higher rental costs and today’s dynamic workforce we are seeing a growth in the demand for greater flexibility and more adaptable office space. Fitting into your current office space is one thing, allowing for growth or contraction throughout the term of your lease is another.

Investing in an adaptable office design offsets the risk surrounding the growth or shrinkage of your business. Poor spatial planning can affect your business performance long term and have significant cost implications.

As a result we continue to develop our sophisticated spatial planning App to take care of any critical spatial issues.

Modern technology is one solution, however sometimes the best solutions don’t come from calculations or algorithms. We also use our extensive industry knowledge to come up with simple cost effective ways to transform your working environment.

Activity Based Working (ABW) is the latest design trend to make your office space more adaptable find out more.

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Advice and customer service is excellent

Apex Executive Interiors have completed our office fit-out on time and with no fuss. Their quality of work, professionalism, advice and customer service is excellent and I would highly recommend their services to anyone requiring a professional office fit-out.

Jake Robinson - Operations Manager
LaVish Channel
  • Unit 17/12 Kendall Street
    Harris Park, Sydney
    NSW 2150 Australia

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About Us

We provide a fully integrated design and construction service specialising in large scale office fitouts and refurbishments in the Sydney area, we deliver workplaces that reflect both functionality and good design all within your budget.

Our Services
  • Property evaluation
  • Interior design
  • Office Fitout
  • Office refurbishment
  • Workplace optimisation
  • Bespoke office Furniture
  • Activity Based Working (ABW)

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