The manipulation with shapes and colours plays an essential role in office interior design. This is conditioned by the fact that such a premise must guarantee optimal conditions for employee’s productivity and customers’ experience. These are criteria that served as the basis for this development project.
Thanks to the panoramic windows, we were able to offer ephemerality to the premise. We did not use partitions and opted for glass, guaranteeing the transparency of the interior. We also thoroughly addressed the colour range issue to support this idea. The light hues of the finishes create a coherent and original impression, while dark ones serve as the accent and create the atmosphere of strictness characteristic of a business environment. At the same time, we have also created a balance. The satin bronze plywood gave the interior nobility, and the plants – vivacity.
Attention was also paid to the planning of the premise. Premises isolated by glass walls have been reserved for the kitchen and meeting room. The common area was a challenge. Having organized the working space in the form of an open space, we divided the premise into two parts: one intended for employees, the other – for the administrative board. Strategically, the first part was placed closer to the meeting room and the second part had easier access to storage space. It was also necessary to design a more isolated area for waiting and relaxation. In order to guarantee privacy to it, as well as the comfort of the employees, we set up such an area, isolating it from the working space by means of a wardrobe. Thus, we have effectively organized the premises, taking into account all the functions assigned to them, as well as the needs of those who will use them.