SSR office by Ideal Projects, Utrecht – Netherlands

January 26th, 2014 by retail design blog

SSR asked Ideal Projects to design an office for their employees using the concept of The New Way of Working and to translate the brand identity to an aesthetic design. The focus for SSR was to stimulate people to work in a way that fits the work they are doing. The SSR office consists of three areas. First in the outside circle the work areas are located. In the middle area the space transforms into a meet & greet area. In the inner circle there is room to sit and work for a short while before going into a meeting.

For the aesthetic design Transformation was the inspiration. People come to SSR to learn about the history of justice and the experience of others to transform this experience from the past to current and future cases. SSR offers a space that inspires. The spaces are like a canvas full of possibilities, filled with elements that inspire to think differently.

The history of justice is used in the office with a twist. New ways of applying classic elements are used to play with the mind and stimulate creativity, transforming shapes from graphic to classic with a twist. Colorful details represent new ideas and possibilities.








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