The core of the office's space structure is the collective work area. Space design solutions allow people to work in groups using various formats. Used solutions are the following ones: a variable Bene Pixel podium, high-backed sofas that form cells, rooms for private sessions and collective brainstorms. For inspiration, it's possible to work at high desks next to panoramic windows with a view of historical non-urbanized Moscow.
The building has a symmetric form so designers divided it into two equal parts. They placed a conference-hall for hands-on training, lectures and presentations in the right part. When necessary, transformable partitions divide it into seven meeting rooms of various capacities.
The left part serves as a multifunctional space. An entrance area with a reception desk connects both wings together. The central part also has an area to communicate informally and lockers to store things.
Some rooms have fixed workplaces. This is a necessary measure that supports business structures whose working methods are less affected by time than others. For example, the legal or HR department.
Apart from this the office has a flexible structure. Furniture groups give an opportunity to form most of the various working scenarios.
- areas to communicate tete-a-tete;
- areas to work in groups;
- informal areas to brainstorm;
- non-bookable offices;
- custom workstations to work individually.
There is no solid division between working formats. The areas are not strictly separated from each other. This is one large organism which can be configured for current tasks in the most convenient way. All the processes in the office are living. This is a flexible, easily adaptable business tool, which develops together with the industry, company and people.
For longstanding events an open coffee point with a bar counter was designed. Here guests and staff members can enjoy coffee and snacks.