The conceptual design is the first stage of any project, it addresses the client’s needs and aesthetic expectations and shows the architect’s main idea for the given space design.
Libra PWN 1100m2
The project created an interesting space for a non-typical client from the publishing sector. The task was to combine open plan office with some informal meeting areas together with standard modular office layout. The underlying idea of the design was to make a space which sparks the imagination and creative potential of the employees.
8, Chałubinskiego St Entrance Hall
The main idea of the project was to organize the different functions of the entrance hall: the reception area, the sitting/resting area and a café.
The architect decided to go along with many of the originally used materials and solutions: the floor stone, the glass skylight and the aluminium panels protecting the structural columns, which were all still in good condition.
BZWBK Grzybowska / Santander
The organic shape and the presence of the corporate red colour were the investor’s predominant requirements for this project.
Spacious and full of light rooms were supposed to create a friendly and positive image of the company. Non-typical ceiling solutions and designer furniture were to emphasize the company endevour to break the monotony and seriousness of the banking sector.