Area: 3200 m2
Photographer: Norbert Tukaj
Several directions were developed in this interior: raw material of production, resource conservation, internal well-being and comfort of employees.
The main decorative elements in the office reflect the raw material. Let's say sand, one of the constituents of glass, aluminum when viewed up close is made up of a random sequence of small circle-like shapes. The pattern of the wall and ceiling acoustic panels is like looking through a microscope at the production materials used every day. Similar elements also appear in other interior details such as mirrors, furniture, and films are pasted on showcases.
Conservation of resources is a sustainable choice of materials. The texture of natural wood, stone dominates. The carpet echoes the unspoiled beauty of nature's natural rocky landscapes and supports an ongoing commitment to protecting the planet's fragile natural resources. In this way, we also introduced elements of nature into the office in moderation.
We paid a lot of attention to the employee himself and his well-being. Ergonomic workplaces were designed to be bright and comfortable. Height-adjustable desks were used throughout the office, so you can take care of your well-being at your workplace. In addition, several rest areas, coffee areas, a gym and other necessary facilities required for the functional office operation were also developed with a lot of care.