BPC Banking Technologies Offices by IND Architects, Utrecht – Netherlands

April 5th, 2016 by retail design blog

IND Architects have designed the new offices of global payment solutions company BPC Banking Technologies located in Utrecht, Netherlands. The office of the company BPC Banking Technology located in the Dutch city Utrecht is realized in a modern Scandinavian style. The company is engaged in implementation of projects in the field of technological infrastructure of retail businesses for financial institutions and industrial corporations, therefore its interior has combined visual expression and brightness appropriate to the area of IT technologies development, and austere lines and colors typical for financial sector.

Design of the reception desk is driven by the company’s corporate style—pointed corners and blue color reflect its logo. Visitors can wait for their appointments in a comfortable area with cushioned furniture and coffee tables. In the waiting area the company’s name is printed on the wall as a 3D graphics—triangles, squares and other geometric figures are still put together as the name BPC here but scatter to pieces afterwards.

There are patterns of broken elbowed figures in a blue-green color scale in almost every premise of the office. Not only do they reflect the corporate identity of the company, but they also add dynamics to the area and communicate ongoing development and ingenuity of approaches, which are one of the key skills for a technology-savvy business.

Design: IND Architects
Photography: Alexey Zarodov

http://officesnapshots.com/2016/04/04/bpc-banking-technologies-offices-utrecht/

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