CCC Shoes and Bags Office by In Design Zbigniew Kostrzewa, Warsaw – Poland

December 2nd, 2017 by retail design blog

In Design Zbigniew Kostrzewa designed the new offices for CCC Shoes and Bags located in Warsaw, Poland. CCC Shoes and Bags interiors are all about timeless design and functionality that inspire creative work and subtly emphasize the identity of a company. Office located in company’s new prestigious headquarters in Warsaw affirms company’s growth and design reflects just that.

Natural materials used in the project are complemented by warm, pastel colors of furniture. All those elements put together make a harmonious space that communicates elegance. Coherent and delicate yet distinctive design does not distract employees and addresses their visual well – being. In addition, sophisticated branding is not a mere translation of CCC advertising campaign.

With majority of employees being part of teams distrubuted across Poland it was the main ambition to create a set of comfortable spaces that would accomodate and integrate people having different workstyles. Non – standard office layout where the proportion of individual workstations to mobile and informal work areas is 50 to 50 responds to changing dynamics of everyday work and processes inside the company.

Employees can choose informal work settings such as brainstorming areas and spontaneous meeting areas, perform tasks at a desk or at quiet work areas or have a planned meeting in one of the conference rooms. The space is integrating and innovative. Two sides of the open space are connected by a great informal area. Have a quick discussion on wooden stairs and proceed to spacious kitchen to relax and regenerate. Then join other colleagues at a projection room to watch new campaign.

Designer: In Design Zbigniew Kostrzewa
Photography: Szymon Polański

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