Bonfire spreading belief in Subiaco
A FEW months ago, Bonfire marketing agency was bursting at the seams.
Since moving into Meerkats’ former offices on Rokeby Road, marketing manager Rene LeMerle said their break room alone was almost half the size of their old Nedlands location.
“We now have plenty of room to grow; there is enough space to swing a cat,” Mr LeMerle said.
Mr LeMerle said Bonfire spent a “small fortune” transforming its new space with help from Mink Studio Design director Corinne Allan, Zendoke graphic designer Jarrod Fuller and Diverse Shopfitters.
“Our aesthetic is fairly consistent,” he said.
“Since Corinne styled our Nedlands office three years ago, Bonfire has really matured as a company; less quirky industrial and more of the richer timber tones and finishes.”
Mr LeMerle said it took “what felt like an eternity” to find the right location.
“One of the main attractions of moving to Subiaco was we believe that the area is about to turn a corner,” he said.
“Landlords are reducing rent, businesses are moving in and the development at the old Pavilion Market site across the road has been approved. The team also loves the cafes, bars and burgers so close by.”
Bonfire marketing manager Rene LeMerle and chief executive Clay Cook.