ORANGE & LOFT OFFICE OF AN AD AGENCY

April 7, 2014
Posted in Apartments

1-nectrin

Metric area: 600 m²
Number of employees: 80

The founder of Nectarin ad agency specializing on digital communications decided to be self-employed with employees 6 years ago. Inspired by a rapidly growing interest for Internet technologies, he created a full-service agency including a strong strategic stream and a great creative potential.

During the years of its existence the company has rented many offices to finally settle down in a new place last year. The motive was not only a rapidly growing staff, but also the change of the corporate style, which served as a starting point for the future interior style. The space for the future office turned up unexpectedly and to the point — the entire floor in a building next to the Botanic Garden of Moscow was released, and Nectarin was free to implement all the functional and decorative ideas.

2-white cabinet

A freelance designer Zoe was hired for a fierce own style, attention to details and the ability to arrange the office on an extremely tight timetable.

3-long corridor

A month after she got a detailed brief with a description of all functional zones Zoe prepared an interior design and another 4 weeks later the renovation was already completed. By the way, the refurbishment was quite thorough.

4-red chairs

A month after she got a detailed brief with a description of all functional zones Zoe prepared an interior design and another 4 weeks later the renovation was already completed. By the way, the refurbishment was quite thorough.

5-beautiful lamp

Interior concept was developed based on the company’s scope of activity: the mixture of technical aspects, robotization and creativity. The general style can be defined as loft aesthetics with the inclusion of bright accents, art and posters.

6-a man at the table

7-all employees

8-white table

9-large bookcase

10-Christmas tree

11-orange bags

12-bright wall

The central zone is arranged as an open-space for most of the employees. Its perimeter is designed as a “belt” of rooms behind glass partitions, which are the top management’s offices, a meeting room, CAM department and the office for strategists adorned with bright mural painting.

14-interesting figures

15-interesting figures

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