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Stirixis | Coca-Cola Hellenic Headquarters in Switzerland

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Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (CCH) serves 581 million people in 28 countries. It is one of the largest bottlers and vendors of The Coca-Cola Company’s products in the world, and the largest one based in Europe.

Stirixis-CCH-Zug-13In 2013, CCH decided to move its head offices to Zug, Switzerland. So, Stirixis designed a concept for the new offices, a space of around 750 m2. The area covers one floor of a completely round building and the parts that we re-designed include all surfaces; offices, canteen, reception, WCs, etc.

Stirixis-CCH-Zug-9Issues we had to address & main guidelines of the client:

Round shape of the building, causing complete disorientation
Create a unique architectural identity
Brand the space to communicate the company’s values
Create a functional space for all levels of employees; from directors to assistants
Avoid long, unpleasant corridor spaces
Secretarial personnel close to all directors’ offices
Flexible arrangement of meeting rooms
Office typology to meet the different needs in terms of size, privacy etc.
Office systems suitable for circular shape layout
High IT and security requirements

Stirixis-CCH-Zug-6The main architectural approach was based on solving the layout by applying three circles with different centers. One circle follows some of the walls of the layout, the second one the walls of another area and the third circle follows the ceiling.

Stirixis-CCH-Zug-5As the lack of orientation was an issue, this approach of a circular but not co-centric solution, addressed it by creating a different experience at each point when moving around in the space.

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Location: Switzerland
Architect: Stirixis
 
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