By Ali Morris | Via deezen.com
Polish design studio Beza Projekt has created an aquamarine shared office space in Warsaw, designed to look more like a club than an office.
To cater to the flexible working habits of its occupants, the studio set out to design a space that sits somewhere between a work space and a leisure space.
“We were commissioned to design interiors for the Nest – a modern co-working space,” explained Beza Projekt.
“What is the real meaning of the co-working space, how do we work nowadays? We tend to spend more and more time at work, or actually the border between work and leisure is being blurred. You may fight with that or just adapt.”
“The Nest is a place for a modern self-confident person who values their time – they may work only few hours a day or maybe the whole week-end,” continued Beza Projekt.
“Our main goal was to create spaces that aren’t office like, they are more like a club, where you should feel comfy and co[z]y.”
Located in a building designed by Polish architects G5 Architekci, the office has a largely open-plan layout. However in contrast with the very graphic and angular architecture of the building, the studio wanted to create a space with warmth that featured rich details.
Saturated in an aquamarine hue to match the Nest’s branding, the office features round corners that balance out the building’s hard lines.
To read more about the design philosophy and inspiration behind The Nest, visit dezeen.org.