|Location||Olivia Prime A, 10th-14th floor, Olivia Business Centre, Gdańsk|
|Area||10 tys. m2|
|Design and fit-out||Design Anatomy|
|Design team||Anna Branicka, Justyna Biłat, |
Anna Bronk, Weronika Budzyńska,
Mateusz Szczeciński – wizualizacje
|Fit-out team||Sławomir Szyca, Bartłomiej Gużewski, Łukasz Modzelewski, Jagoda Paluchowska|
|Photos||Michał Mutor; januszbienko.pl|
|Awards||Laureate of the CBRE Office Superstar 2019 competition in the category "The best recreational space in Poland."|
|Distinction in the CBRE Office Superstar 2019 competition in the category "The best office in the Tri-City"|
|Nomination for the Property Design Awards 2020|
CBRE Office Superstar The best recreational space in Poland
CBRE Office Superstar The best office in the Tri-City – Distinction
Nomination for the Property Design Awards 2020
Sii provides IT and engineering services and with the specificity of its operation and the scale (670 employees), we put great emphasis on the common spaces. They are the focal point of the entire 5-floor arrangement. We designed them to smoothly intertwine with the parts of the open space office used for work and complement them functionally. All employees have a so-called chill-out area with comfortable furniture surrounded by greenery, or a fun zone with exercise equipment, ping pong, table football, game consoles etc.
Thanks to the "private" internal staircase, the boundaries between internal projects have blurred, and the zones around the stairs have become a kind of integration core. In addition to the traditional means of moving around, two slides between floors, and a climbing wall providing direct access to a large shared kitchen with a terrace, provide unique attractions within this space.
The leitmotif of the entire premises are curves that refer to the architecture of the building. The rounded corners of the walls facilitate smooth communication and add variety to the whole layout. Open ceilings, technical lighting combined with metalwork and raw concrete, and steel hanging stairs give the interior an industrial character. Contrarily, a wealth of colors, soft fabrics and cozy furniture surrounded by plants, tame the entire space, "domesticating" it.