Furniture and design firm Alpha Scotland held a reception to mark the opening of its new offices in Glasgow.
Architects, designers and a variety of clients gathered in the sixth floor suite in Finnieston which is kitted out in the latest in office tables, chairs and desks, some from overseas.
Paul Black, who now runs the firm founded by his father Robin, offered a general welcome to clients to use the office as a meeting place.
“We want you all to use the space. We have plenty of it,” he told guests.
The firm is marking its expansion into new premises by launching a competition to win temporary residence in the new work space.
It is giving self-employed homeworkers an opportunity to secure a fortnight’s residency in the offices.
Entrants are being asked to submit photos of their home working environment alongside a statement outlining why they feel a change of scenery would be of benefit.
The company recently announced it had won a major contract to kit out key learning spaces at the University of the West of Scotland’s new £110 million campus in Lanarkshire.