Kite Creative flies into Howbery Park

Kite Creative

Interiors design and build business Kite Creative has moved to new offices at Howbery Business Park. near Wallingford.

Its new offices at Howbery are in a former stable block, which has exceptional character and light, along with a convenient location and parking.

Now in its sixth year of business with 30 subcontractors on its books and several employees, Kite Creative had outgrown the purpose-built studio in the garden of its co-founders and directors, Helen and Bruce Gordon, but they say they’ve found the perfect alternative.

The beautiful view of the Manor House from our office window says it all,” said Bruce, Kite Creative’s Managing Director. “I can’t think of a nicer place to have an office in the area where we live. I love the way things are run here, and it’s a very calming environment.” 

Creative Director Helen added:  “We get involved from the front end of a refurbishment; we’re not just about designing and building new interiors. We spatially plan interiors, making sure everything works together. This takes away the stress of refurbishment from the client, along with our promise that it will be delivered on schedule and to budget.” 

Helen and Bruce each bring different skills to Kite Creative. Helen specialises on the interior design side. With her background as a textile designer and retail buyer, she brings a deep understanding of colour and texture to the interiors they create, bolstered by her Architectural Interior Design qualification from the renowned Inchbald School of Design in London. Bruce meanwhile focuses on the construction and project management, drawing on his experience as a designer maker and his work on major Hollywood films to provide flawless finishes and smooth project management.

Donna Bowles, Estates Manager at Howbery Business Park, said: “It’s wonderful to welcome new companies to our site who share so many values with Howbery Business Park. We aim to provide convenient office spaces in a wonderful natural, calm environment that supports a work-life balance.”