case studies

Circle K

The interior design has accommodated the current needs of the organisation. At the same time, the space is open to any modifications of the structure. In the project the timeless classic colours and easy-to-use materials have been used. In the reception area as well as in the entry area you can find references to the organisational branding – the coffee point located there reminds everyone of excellent coffee which is available at Circle K petrol stations.

The office has been divided into small open spaces with designated meeting places and small rooms where you can work in peace or make phone calls. It is the quality of the workspace that mattered most to the Investor. As a result, the desks are electrically adjusted, which makes the work comfortable by switching from the sitting to the standing mode as needed, the armchairs are ergonomic seats equipped with headrests and the special ceilings have the desired acoustic properties.

On each of the three floors there is a welcoming rest area, where you can relax, talk to others or simply work in another surrounding. The timeless shades of grey have formed the base where the employees are welcome to imprint their own personality. It’s quite interesting to see that the photos on the walls in the smaller rooms have been taken by Circle K employees themselves. The new main office of Circle K is a modern area which meets the needs of its users and accentuates the character of the company.

In the project Meble BALMA and Meble NOTI have been used.

Interior design: BIT Creative
Implementation: Balma Showroom in Warsaw
Photo by: Piotr Ostrowski

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