Musical space of the new Universal Music Polska office in the housing-industrial design by The Design Group architects
The new office of Universal Music Polska music label in Warsaw delights with an unusual blend of loft elements and cozy, home-sweet-home vibe, elegance, and cutting-edge technology at top level. This is the space for everyone – you simply want to stay, work and create there. A lot of credit for that goes to the team of The Design Group architects, responsible for the very original interior design of the largest record company operating in Poland.
The Eset office in Poland is designed by The Design Group, and leans heavily towards a contemporary and ‘forest-like’ interior. The use of deep green velvet fabrics on the seating and especially a stylised linear wood cabin give the sense of the outdoors in. The overall design is modern and minimal with natural and muted tones, yet the office continues to exude an inviting air with plush carpeting and wood paneling, and interesting use of lighting details.
The Design Group have been shortlisted for Lobby/Public Areas – Global Award in The International Hotel and Property Awards 2021.
When considering the design of this space, The Design Group didn’t want to treat it as being strictly an office. Their goal was to create a space with character, providing appropriate working conditions, but also an inspiring, unique place on the map of Krakow. The design is user-focussed, providing a functional and intuitive space that supports the integration of employees and connects the space to the client’s industry.
The new TechnipFMC office takes us to the world of water stories. It influences emotions and imagination in such a way, that it is really hard to give up thinking about this unique place. How was it possible to create such a space on the four floors of the Krakow office building, that reflects the ambience of the underwater depth and sea associated with the TechnipFMC profession? This is what we ask the authors of the interior design, The Design Group and the TechnipFMC project team.