Bayer Office by Contract Workplaces, Montevideo – Uruguay

December 16th, 2016 by retail design blog


Contract Workplaces has designed the new offices of global life science and pharmaceutical company Bayer located in Montevideo, Uruguay. Tonnes of natural light, magnificent views of the city, respect for the environment and a suitable atmosphere for interaction between people, together with all the technological support necessary for the development of tasks, have been some of the premises with which we worked.


The project was conceived as an open-plan layout without private offices. When you get to the office you immediately enter the waiting area next to “Café Bistró”, a meeting and interaction point which is pivotal to the project. With careful finishes, this area has a large living room, high tables with stools, coffee point and table soccer. A subtle metal structure that groups a variety of indoor plants filters the view to one of the wings of the open plan.


Work positions – some of them assigned and some of them rotating – are placed on the perimeter of the floor so as to make the most of natural light and the beautiful views of the city and the river. The institutional image of the company is reflected in the choice of colours, the design of wall stickers and the pictures plotted on a variety of surfaces.

Design: Contract Workplaces
Photography: Andrés Negroni


https://officesnapshots.com/2016/12/14/bayer-offices-montevideo/

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