lexis design was commissioned by Kimberley securities property developers to upgrade a 2000sq.m run-down building both internally and externally. Rather than modernize the building. It was essential to restore it to its former grandeur new Juliette balconies were added to the exterior along with appropriate lighting and embellishment detailing to the facade. A new renaissance-inspired patina bronze door to the entry formed the jewel in the crown for the facade. Indoors, the use of warm limestone and a hint of tumbled marble mosaics greeted the visitors in the lobby, and the same finished carried on into the reception, boardroom and the offices as well. This sense of refined style exemplified the client brief.