The idea of luxury in a modern office, recreated with a harmonious combination of representative and wellness features. Relying on the character of their style, we place it in the context of the specific corporate identity. As the company’s core business is related to the use of environmentally friendly energy sources, the interior design discreetly targets it, while also taking advantage of details that give a personal and boutique feeling. The double glass partition walls provide the lightness, acoustic comfort and visual permeability of the space. Whitewood paneling emphasizes on the abundance of natural light and adds classic detail. The style of the work areas is elegantly interpolated in the style of common spaces and cabinets so that the prevailing overall feeling is for a modern and cozy home.
The WOW effect
The green wall in the lobby. Being a fresh accent in the general architectonics of space, it directs associations to green energy. Beside it is a stylish place for conversation, relaxation or waiting. Zuiver’s sofas and armchairs add a homey chic to the area.
Visible routes of lighting cables. The graphic detail, which resembles an electrical circuit board, is associated with the company’s activities and contrasts with the soft shapes of Tom Dixon’s lamps.
The minimalistic sculptural form on the reception.
Cabinet zoning. The goal is a sense of fluid space, openness, and freedom that nurtures creativity. The furniture is selected to create a non-aggressive, high-end background with the Eichholtz and IFT sign, delicately emphasized by bright designers – Patricia Urquiola, Marcel Wanders, Michael Anastassiadis (B&B, Flos).
The details that give it a personal and boutique look – Elitis hand-woven wallpaper in the study, Hermes textile cushions, Rado Kirov’s sculpture.
An informal chat and relax area, shaped by glass windows overlooking the mountains.