NTT Data Romania Office by Morphoza, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

November 30th, 2016 by retail design blog

NTT Data Romania, former EBS Romania, is one of the leading providers of software solutions and services in Romania. As part of its new organisational strategy, NTT Data Romania wanted to relocate its office base to better reflect its ways of working, its values and organizational culture.

Appointed to create a workspace optimised for collaboration and full inclusion, Morphoza designed it right down to the last detail, from the interior concept to installation systems. The interior designers knew that NTT Data Romania focuses on delivering innovation for the future and that gave us the idea of the interior design concept, Into The Future. Morphoza wanted to create an unique workspace for the NTT Data Romania team, beyond the daily reality of each employee.

The interior designers gave every floor a different theme, inspired by the spaceship concept, but with a bit of a twist. Open-offices, learning rooms, informal or formal meeting rooms, interview rooms, a library or a bistro and an entire relaxation floor where linked through the ‘connectivity’ principle, used to integrate the brand’s values: teamwork, client first, creativity,
communication, innovation, engagement.

The office interior design stays true to the company’s values and the variety in workspace means employees will never lack inspiration. For the energetic and creative staff, it’s a place they can come to every day and always feel motivated to bring technology to another level.

Photography by Sabin Prodan

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