Atea office by Monica Stavem Design, Fredrikstad – Norway

March 11th, 2016 by retail design blog

Atea is a system integrator. The goal for this project was to reflect the company’s identity: Futuristic, including and informal. Their vision – «the place to be» was in this case important to be visual, and is nicely integrated as decoration. The main color, white, is to support the main focus they have, which is a forward thinking / futuristic company. Most of the furniture has round corners to make the co-workers and their customers feel more included. And at last the colors from bright yellow to jaguar green was chosen to show that they are playful but still professional.

This project was a really nice corporation with Griff Arkitektur, local Architects that design the whole new cool building and really put their signature inside as well by choosing a special solution for the ceiling and a general light that runs like a beautiful line around the whole office. And Graphic Designer Mone Brimi who contributed with the edgy glass decoration.

Designed by Monica Stavem Design
Photography by Tonje Kornelie



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