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  • The client request was that to plan a completely continuous, open, modern office . Was kept in mind that the lighting is very good and take advantage of all the great spaces optically Do not seal. Section of the dining room and open kitchen we tried to make the employees feel a trendy coffee shop. […]


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  • Introduction In the spring of 2009 we were contacted by a structural planning company with the aim of proposing them a quick solution for expanding their company premises. Due to the increase in number of their collaborators it was necessary to create new well defined working spaces, areas for discussions, meetings, and reception. The dimension […]


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Changes such as the relocation to new premises always have the potential for the establishment of the working environment with the effective and quality use of space that promotes communication, enhances productivity and enables the well-being of employees and thus ensures long-term growth. The building’s architectural design, the division of the premises to open space […]


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