Office design is our superpower! We are so proud to share this project with you. We applaud our customer’s bold choice of the materials – we think this is the perfect choice of the perfect materials. Adding high-quality details and nuances takes office atmosphere into the next level.
Conference room “Chocolate” in the “Laima Chocolate Museum”, Riga.
Although we are not legally allowed to disclose the name of this particular office, we are so proud to equip it with our “O-telpa” silent pods. There were already small, built-in conference rooms in this office, but we are glad that employees do prefer to use our silent pods. Taking photos was a bit difficult because of the legal terms, but we are happy to present this office design here.
Step in, shut the door behind you and enjoy the peace and silence…
It’s just so simple regardless the reason silence is looked for – concentrating thoughts, one-on-one phone call or meeting with collegues and bussiness partners. Not in vain “O-telpa” spaces become the most requested square meters in the offices of our clients.
“ALD automotive” office is now equipped with O-telpa. It works as a perfect shelter from daily office noise which is even increased due to glass planes all around the office. Are you longing for peace? Step in, shut the door behind you and enjoy working in silence.
Comment of interior designer Madara Lure:
“Elegant simplicity and environmental harmony.
The interior has been created in the building of the end of the 19th century renewed as a modern diagnostics, medical treatment and wellness center with accent to preventive medicine, anti-ageing concept, visual and internal harmony of the individual.
The function and the image of the center is clearly reflected by implemented interior solution, color tones, chosen furniture and accessories.
Environment is fulfilled with calm, harmonious and neat details where person starts to play the main role stepping in. Muted lights, mirrors, glass planes, skylights break the borders and dimensions of the premises giving more open space feeling but in the same time demarcate zones where more privacy needed. Some decoration motives arouse reference to the history of the building and the chosen decor materials, furniture and details convincingly create contemporary environment appropriate to function.”
Kate project manager: Ilze Magone
Project implemented in close collaboration with ARTEMI interior designer Madara Lure
From October 18th to 20th “Kate” took part in exhibition “Design Isle 2019” at Kipsala International Exhibition Centre.
Our welcomed visitors could get acquainted with novelties in Kate office and home furniture range as well as explore the acoustic curtain solution at place.