INTERVIEW WITH ARCHITECT OF THE PROJECT ANDREA PASTRNEK
What was the brief?
The task and task of the investor was to unify high-tech solutions with nature and to transfer this essence to the interior. The visual style is therefore based on the essence of the company, complements its philosophy and perspective on energy, ecology and finance.
What were the key challenges?
The main challenge was to design a non-traditional space for a classic open space so that employees have privacy, but at the same time do not lose track of the overall situation. The intention was to show in the interior, among other things, the direction of thinking of the owners. Point out the fact that the fundamental goal for them is the comfort of their employees.
What materials did you choose and why?
With regard to the main direction and concept, we used veneer in a natural shade .
The correct setting of acoustics was also an important factor for us. We use acoustic panels in meeting rooms, which are mainly made of renewable cork or recycled plastic. We brought back life to materials that would probably not be reused.
- Flooring: Carpet, Net Effect One, Composure, Interface
- Doors: Glass, MICRA I, MICRA II, Likos
- Interior lighting: Halla
- Interior furniture: Devorm, Narbutas, BaBaBa, LD seating, NOTI, SoftLine, Wiesner Hager