Office space consists of two functional parts, work and communication. The work zone for 130 employees includes clusters for work groups consisting each of 4-8 persons and six meeting rooms dividing open space into several large blocs. Communication zone includes kitchen and canteen, recreation space, conference hall and meeting rooms. Two functional parts are separated one from the other with two ‘tunnels’, equipped with cloakrooms, restrooms and showers.
Office planning is a metaphor of a megapolis: open work space is a business quarter, meeting rooms are public gardens, corridors and passages are streets, canteen is an amusement park. Acoustic panels on the ceiling and screens separating work desks, in addition to a complex planning of the open work space, help to reduce noise and create a comfortable atmosphere for concentration on the tasks. Office logistics provokes coming across different colleagues and thus facilitates informal communication within the team. Reception zone, canteen and recreation zone become interaction hubs. Canteen is separated from the conference hall with a mobile screen, which can be easily removed to create even a bigger space for communication. This screen and other walls in the office serve as whiteboards for sketches and notes.
Walls and partitions made of concrete, wood and bricks imitate facades of the buildings. Landscape-inspired graphics decorates glass partitions of the meeting rooms. The floor is finished with a covering imitating grass and produced from recycled materials. Various types of real plants are also widely used in the interior, in freestanding flowerpots as well as to create green walls.