Nolimit City has recently moved to a new office in the heart of Sliema, and invited online visitors to take a virtual visit into its “Mecca”.
The office was designed with the help of “seasoned creative minds, Sweden’s own interior decorator icon FORMADEUS and Angie the Architect,” and transformed the new, empty, office space into a “sacred location that promotes thought, creativity and production!”
Describing the facilities, Nolimit shared how visitors are immediately greeted with the office’s signage, including a lit-up lightning bolt sign and bright yellow neon lighting, which “instantly enlightens the sense and gives that recognisable branding identity [the company] adores, with touches of black and yellow employed throughout the workplace décor.”
It also gave special credit to the designers, stating they have “done an outstanding job of capturing the brand and communicating it through colourful furniture, dynamic lighting, and Scandinavian styling, which when combined, provide the ultimate working environment.”
Malcolm Mizzi, CCO and managing director of Nolimit City also heaped praise on the pair, saying: “It has been an absolute pleasure working with the dynamic duo that is FORMADEUS and Angie the Architect, an impeccable collaboration of two great design & decor minds together.
“From the very start till completion they showed nothing but passion and dedication to their craft, despite a humble budget and challenges put in front of them – the end result far exceeded our expectations – we have an office which we can proudly say represents our brand to the core.”
Concluding, the company invites visitors to “pop in for a coffee”.
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