Case Study

Christie & Co

Zund enlisted our help to relocate their office from St Albans to Letchworth due to their rapid growth in the UK.


Their new home required a full Cat A Strip out and refit to meet regulations. Watch our video and read about how we helpfed Zund overcome challenges and create a stunning office space.

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Meet Our Client: Christie & Co

Christie & Co are the leading specialist advisor for buying and selling businesses in the hotels, pubs, restaurants, childcare, healthcare, convenience retail, leisure and medical sectors. Clients have access to their carefully managed network of potential buyers. This unique database of contacts has been continually developed by their advanced IT capabilities and benefits from their years of experience developing a network and their wide geographical coverage.

A private space with 6 grey sofas, facing each other two at a time, separated by coffee tables.
A reception area with stairs going up to the front desk.
Our Client's Requirement

Oaktree was asked to create a brand new, modern and contemporary client zone, to accommodate Christie & Co’s growth and client interaction.


The space started off as a dilapidated shell, which was devoid of any infrastructure whatsoever. We started on a blank canvas and got to work creating the perfect office for our client.

What Oaktree Delivered

We modified the existing entrance area and created a new, colourful, modern reception area.


We created a flexible meeting zone, as requested, which accommodates small to medium meetings. The meeting space can also open up, to enable much larger “town hall” style meetings.


New WC facilities were designed and installed, as well as a tea point and a relaxed break-out space to allow for informal conversations and general collaboration.


Many of the finishes for their new office were bespoke.


A CDI render of a boardroom with a long table surrounded by chairs and a television mounted to the back wall.

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