Providing comfort, quality and new technological solutions to professionals, clients and visitors was the inherent goal of Deloitte’s Lisbon office design.
Project Name: Delloite Digital Lisboa
Company Name: Ventura+Partners
Lead Architect: Manuel Ventura
Localization: Lisbon, Portugal
Completion Year: 2017
Photographer: Ricardo Meireles, António Teixeira
Constituted by different spaces based on the development of distinct environments, the building stands out for its idiosyncratic architectural features, sophisticated interior design, and a markedly technological character. The reception area is connected to a lounge area which, through the display of multimedia content, involves visitors in an immersive environment of technological modernity.
The attention to detail is at the basis of the whole construction, reflected not only in the selection and combination of different chromatic options and materials but also in the furniture’s scrupulous design.
The spaces’ versatility and adaptability were also dominant factors common to all parts of the building, resulting in flexible and customized solutions. The goal was to provide employees with a pleasant and inspiring environment, which allows them to respond to requests from customers seeking the services provided by Deloitte.
Ventura + Partners is a company dedicated to the development of architecture, design and urbanism projects, founded in 1994 by Manuel Ventura. With offices in Portugal, USA and France – and projects in more than a dozen countries –, this global studio currently employs about 80 collaborators around the world.
In the last 25 years, we have been developing projects of different scales and in the most diverse architecture segments, such as commercial, corporate, residential, hospitality, industrial, healthcare, mobility and urban space. Combining a solid experience with ongoing research and innovation, we are committed to pursuing integrated and sustainable solutions through strategic planning. Our mission is to improve people’s lives through architecture, allowing meaningful interactions between them and their surrounding space.