Boogertman + Partners has launched an end-to-end consulting solution into the market. The comprehensive offering provides insights and spatial solutions with the teams and expertise needed to deliver getting business back to work in times of business unusual.

KYA offers the sourcing and verification of the founding data to a land parcel and/or building’s core asset value. From Heritage, Environmental and Town Planning matters right through to 3d built geometry and maintenance. certification of a building’s components. A built environment life cycle map to ensure the asset’s future.

BIT is a turnkey interiors design and fit-out company. From brief to occupancy, clients have continuity, certainty and comfort that the end solution will be right-fitted for their need, innovative in its design and delivered in time and on budget.

FuturePart is a collective agency for rigorous research and experimental design thinking. It uses multi-disciplinary teams to bring fresh insights and knowledge to challenges in the built environment. From facilitating workshops and scenario planning to long term research studies and tracking. 

Creative specialists focused on the built environment. From marketing and communication strategy, branding, digital and content creation the team align with the architecture and interior teams to deliver solutions that bring places to life.

Called Design the Future, the package combines 38 years of architectural and interior design experience within the group with new specialist business entities that have been under development for the last 24 months.

The new service offers an initial consultation session with experienced architects and interior designers for businesses in any sector needing guidance on how to implement social distancing in the most effective and spatially considered way. This ideas and insights sharing session, on-site with a client generates solutions which can either be implemented internally by the client or extended to using a blend of the specialist skillsets working within Design the Future teams.

Engaging with insight to create on brand 'spatial distancing'

"Over and above moving into safe distancing parameters for businesses there is the critical component of how to make people feel safe and productive when they are back at work," says Bob van Bebber (Director, Boogertman + Partners .) The solution in our own offices goes further than compliance and challenges the notion of 'distancing'. We want people to come back into the space to collaborate and need to devise tools for encouraging safe sharing."

The floating 2m x 2m grid of balls shifts the idea of 'distance' to create a landmark system of sharing safely. Provided you are under a ball, and the person you wish to work with is as well – you can safely share. The festive grid of markers refreshes the workspace and changes the perspective of how the space is viewed with colour coding that provides wayfinding signals on which way to walk and where to find the hand sanitizing stations.

This solution is a demonstration of how imagination and design are critical components of providing solutions for 'business unusual' says Jean Grobler ( Director, Boogertman + Partners.) "Design the Future is a cohesive service and the opportunity to partner with our clients. We want to engage with them to find and provide solutions as swiftly as possible, not only to survive in business unusual times but to use design to connect with their staff and clients through differentiation."

Please get hold of one the Boogertman +Partners representatives below if you would like to find out more. We would love to hear about your back to business unusual challenges and apply our expertise to help everyone get back to work. 
Jean Grobler –
Bob van Bebber  –
Jarrod Schlemmer