Viccarbe furniture at COMPAC office

February 2nd, 2016 by retail design blog

The new office refurbishment project for the Spanish company COMPAC which is the leading national manufacturer of decorative surfaces features a selection of Viccarbe furniture. The aim of the interior design project was to “facilitate group interaction” through transparency and communication.

Organised over three levels the offices include a mixture of open plan and cellular spaces including five meeting rooms with glass screen divisions as well as informal waiting areas that respond to the challenges and possibilities of the 21st Century work place.

The design approach is sober yet characterful, the luminous ambience is provided by the expansive windows providing natural light and the open plan layout with a bright staff canteen area at its heart. The colour scheme is predominantly white and grey integrating formal and informal work spaces reflected by the office furniture and work surfaces. The slightly industrial feel is muted by the glazed screens, decorative and graphic elements and the warmth of the office furniture.

Given that this is a collaboration between two premium brand Spanish companies, renowned for their innovation and investment in technology, the choice of Viccarbe is an endorsement of its contemporary design philosophy and quality manufacturing standards.

The office furniture collections featured include the Klip, Maarten and Last Minute chairs for the work stations and Colubi and Ace seating together with Season mini for the relaxation and more informal meeting areas. Robust, neutral and businesslike, the perfect compliment to a well designed workspace that reflects how the modern working environment is one where creativity and design must be considered as foundational elements.

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