Coca-Cola Hellenic headquarters by Stirixis Group, Athens

April 26th, 2013 by retail design blog

The renovation of Coca-Cola Hellenic headquarters in Athens was a quite challenging project, completed by Stirixis Group. The company’s reputation, its brand heritage and size, set the bar pretty high from the beginning. The project required the complete refurbishment of both the offices and the restaurant; aiming to deliver two attractive, functional and comfortable spaces, where the experience of the Coca-Cola brand would be enhanced.

In the new impressive office reception, the company’s values form a Coca-Cola bottle on the wall and the key words “Excel, Amaze, Play to Win” dominate in the area. The overall outcome in the offices is a modern, open-space scheme, with a functional structure, that reinforces the collaboration and communication among employees, whereas at the same time it enhances self-concentration.

Minimal lines, white and red colors around the place, old black-and-white Coca-Cola advertisements in the walls make the brand’s presence in the restaurant more intense and provide a whole new exciting experience to its visitors. Besides the decoration and design, critical factors that were also taken into consideration were the music and the smell of the areas that give the feeling of a pleasant and comfortable environment.















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