ECommPay Office interior by Katz, Riga – Latvia

September 4th, 2017 by retail design blog

Modern, spacious office designed by Katz for international payment provider ECommPay
Architectural design studio Katz has implemented a large-scale, unique interior design project on behalf of international payment solutions provider ECommPay. Each square metre acts as a reflection of the company’s corporate culture and core values, its esteemed employees. The 2,500 m2 open plan workspace contains intersecting areas for relaxation, inter-departmental communication, and fitness.

The office includes:
-Reception area;
-Head office;
-4 meeting rooms;
-400 desk spaces;
-2 kitchens and several bathrooms;
-Bar and dining room;-Recreation areas;
-Gym;
-Massage and spa facilities.

The office interior contains modern, striking elements and complex geometry: sharplines, bold patterns, circular panels, hexagonal tiles in a checkered layout. The walls are decorated in an eclectic manner, relying on the shapes of linear geometric figures. The main colours are muted, decorated in calm white, grey, and pale blue, and accented by bright pieces of furniture and contrasting panels. In all aspects, the office design accentuates the high technological capabilities of its resident company, harmonising effortlessly with contemporary styles and the original, yet practical, approach to organising working environments.

Influenced by Western design, which prioritises areas for recreation and entertainment above the classic office layout, ECommPay’s office is multipurpose. In the open lounge on the 12thfloor, for example, weekly corporate meetings, where management discuss corporate news and achievements, are held and educational lectures are broadcast to all global offices. However, the lounge also plays host to cinematic evenings and team celebrations of special events.

Employees are welcome to remain after work to socialise, and on Friday evenings, if the week was successful, the companybar is opened. The office building contains an exclusive fitness centre, complete with power and cardio zones, as well as massage and spafacilities. On each level, the workplace is divided by department and decorated according to the profile of the specialists occupying the area.

The manager of each department is positioned in such a way as to have access to each relevant section. The reception isdecorated with geometric snow-white panels, complementing the labyrinthine maze stretching from floor to ceiling. The carpet is decorated with white and metallic shades. Custom furniture introduces notes of modernism, while living walls framing the surfaces intertwine delicately with strict geometric shapes.

Some of the desks are equipped with lifting mechanisms, permitting employees to alter the height of their table or to work from a standing position. The ceilingis fitted with acoustic panels. International payment provider ECommPay’s new office, designed by Katz, demonstrates how a high-tech interior can embody the corporate values of a modern company, serving as an incentive for further growth and continued success.

Design: Katz

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