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Winkworth Weybridge Launch New Office Design

A recently redesigned Winkworth Weybridge launched with a new-look office on Wednesday 28th November. With bespoke interiors designed by Natasha Hawtrey-Woore, the office is now a welcoming, open-plan space with soft lighting, warm purple and cream tones and designer furniture that would be more akin to your local coffee shop, where you go to spend a lazy morning reading the papers, rather than your local estate agent. No longer confronted with regimented desk-upon-desk, people are encouraged to come and sit on one of the convivial kitchen-style, hand-made tables and chat to the team about their property needs. The focal point of the office is a beautiful hand-illustrated map that highlights the expert local knowledge that is innate within the Winkworth Weybridge team. It details local hotspots such as a great independent local restaurants and the recreation ground where kids can go skating, illustrating what the area has to offer to those looking to buy. The new interior is, like Winkworth, unique. Headed up by Tom Lepsky (formerly of Faron Sutaria, Chelsea) and Kim Karpeta, both of whom have over 25 years experience, they are able to offer a bespoke service that caters to each individual and their specific requirements. Their local knowledge is second to none and they are able to utilise this to ensure clients are as informed as possible. In short, the new interior is Winkworth’s way of showing how they see things differently. The office redesign is the first in the Winkworth group and stands as the flagship for the company’s new brand strategy. The new layout is set to be rolled out across all 94 offices, with a further six due for completion in January. Tom Lepsky, Director of Winkworth Weybridge comments: “The new interior is a true reflection of our company value that we are committed to placing the needs of our clients at the core of our business. We want to encourage a dialogue between ourselves and the clients to ensure that we are able to offer the best service and advice possible, and the relaxed atmosphere the new interior has created is the perfect setting for us to do so. ”

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A recently redesigned Winkworth Weybridge launched with a new-look office on Wednesday 28th November.

With bespoke interiors designed by Natasha Hawtrey-Woore, the office is now a welcoming, open-plan space with soft lighting, warm purple and cream tones and designer furniture that would be more akin to your local coffee shop, where you go to spend a lazy morning reading the papers, rather than your local estate agent.

No longer confronted with regimented desk-upon-desk, people are encouraged to come and sit on one of the convivial kitchen-style, hand-made tables and chat to the team about their property needs.

The focal point of the office is a beautiful hand-illustrated map that highlights the expert local knowledge that is innate within the Winkworth Weybridge team. It details local hotspots such as a great independent local restaurants and the recreation ground where kids can go skating, illustrating what the area has to offer to those looking to buy.

The new interior is, like Winkworth, unique. Headed up by Tom Lepsky (formerly of Faron Sutaria, Chelsea) and Kim Karpeta, both of whom have over 25 years experience, they are able to offer a bespoke service that caters to each individual and their specific requirements. Their local knowledge is second to none and they are able to utilise this to ensure clients are as informed as possible. In short, the new interior is Winkworth’s way of showing how they see things differently.

The office redesign is the first in the Winkworth group and stands as the flagship for the company’s new brand strategy. The new layout is set to be rolled out across all 94 offices, with a further six due for completion in January.

Tom Lepsky, Director of Winkworth Weybridge comments:

“The new interior is a true reflection of our company value that we are committed to placing the needs of our clients at the core of our business. We want to encourage a dialogue between ourselves and the clients to ensure that we are able to offer the best service and advice possible, and the relaxed atmosphere the new interior has created is the perfect setting for us to do so. ”

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