The planning pattern was subordinated to the elongated shape of the building. We formed a single axis on which we strung blocks of working and supply spaces. We were fighting against the monotony of a long corridor and equally arranged the space according to various functions.
The corridor became the main structural unit of the project. Since it connects the office with neighbouring buildings, it was necessary to isolate it as much as possible from working spaces with functional assemblies of utility cores, meeting rooms, lines of wardrobes and so on.
The work spaces were divided into three groups. The first one includes main permanent workplaces. According to the design they are allocated by dead walls of meeting rooms and study rooms in a cell of no more than 25 seats.
The second group consists of study rooms and meeting rooms of various sizes, which are used for teamwork, presentations and conference calls. These rooms have excellent sound isolation and are equipped with a reservation system.
The third group consists of zones of group informal activities. The main of them is a bleacher seating with a big coffee point in the center of the building, which visually breaks the monotony of the corridor. This space can be used for any in-office events. This group also includes soft zones, sofa niches, mobile meeting pods and phone booths.