No more bore office!
This is the fil rouge of the project for the new headquarters of Omnia group, a young and dynamic software house based in Sesto Fiorentino.
Pastel colors that contrast with strong hues with the orange of the logo that is proposed as an element of rupture and unity at the same time. The thin orange line of the linear lamp guides from the entrance to the back of the office, conceived as an open space inside which, with clear and defined volumes, are the large elliptical meeting room and two boxes designed for quick meetings, perhaps standing in front of a coffee. The two boxes mimic train or streetcar cars, reflecting the dynamism of the company and emphasizing their use.
Pop art accents, from film to photography to painting; environmental concern evident in the care of the areas designated for waste. The choice of furnishings, many of which are custom-designed, contrasts elements with a Scandinavian flavor with others with 1970s references, such as the armchairs in the waiting room. Elements in perfect harmony with each other.
Everything is designed and conceived for young employees, so that they feel at home and can experience the workplace with moments of aggregation and joy, perhaps in the break room, whose steps and kitchen hark back to places that are certainly more convivial than a traditional office.
“Home is any four walls that enclose the right people.”