Friday, 7 October 2011


TEC.72 are a commercial interior design solutions company based in the West Midlands,
specialising in providing bespoke furniture manufacturing and installations to the Corporate and Public Sector.

TEC.72 provide unique solutions to working environments and front of house solutions throughout the UK. “We believe that quality design enhances a consumers relationships with a brand, which ultimately benefits the operations and the business,” commented Duncan Godwin, TEC.72’s Managing Director.

TEC.72 were recently appointed after a competitive tender to manage and design the
refurbishment of the front of house/reception area of Martineau’s, one of the UK’s leading
independent law firms head office in Birmingham. They have since secured the contract to run this brand elevation across the Groups other locations.

“Martineau’s brand evolution and commitment to investing in the future of the firm demanded a newly refurbished reception area which would make a positive impact internally, while creating a stunning first impression with clients”, commented Jon Preston, Marketing & Business
Development Director. He added. “TEC.72’s inspiration design concepts delivered on both levels, turning our vision and brand values into reality.”

The result for Martineau was a niche boutique look and feel that beautifully complimented their
brand, and as Mr Preston commented “…has already made a difference to our corporate and
commercial offering.”

Duncan and his team believe they offer creativity combined with operational understanding, giving them the insight to develop dynamic, stylish yet effortlessly functional working environment solutions.

In June 2011, TEC.72, working with the award winning David Fox Designs, launched the first of its own bespoke modular seating solution, the “Bean”, a departure from the conventional linking or bench seating solutions on the market.

“It has been an exciting first 12 months for the company,” commented Duncan, “and there are
plenty of plans afoot to enhance and grow the ‘bean’ family of products.

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