We have designed an industrial facility in the south-eastern part of Poland. The project has covered also a surprisingly minimalist and modern office area. It was possible thanks to cooperation with an investor who had a conscious approach to architecture and a unique sense of style.
Studio Name: GOOD TIME DESIGN
Design Team: Michał Kotłowski
Area: 1600 m2
Location: Biłgoraj / Poland
We have decided that the whole form will be organized mainly by horizontal divisions marked out by windows high on the entire floor, separated by narrow, subdued stripes of matt facade panels. We have contrasted this vertical order with a three-storey high glass wall defining and thus highlighting the entrance area. The regular and rhythmic sections of the facade have been obtained thanks to interspersing the gray surfaces with black ironwork and flashings.
The minimalism and simplicity we have introduced in the building structure design for the Model company were also used in the interior design of this office block. The open, three-storeyed entrance area is of subdued colours and is warm in appearance. The bright and spacious interior is lighted up by a roof skylight, while a large surface of glazing enhances the impression of roominess. The space is dominated by white, wood and glass. In the office part a continuation of all these materials is visible. Moreover, the rooms have been softened in some way by the use of carpeting and fabric desk dividers. The meeting areas have been designed in the form of cuboids, soundproofed by three-dimensional panels. The colour accents are provided by wallpapers in the social areas and chair finishing in the conference rooms.
The main motif of the interior was the vertical slats on the walls and sides of the bar tables, which were painted in colours corresponding to the respective zone. Another characteristic element is the decorative floor in every part of the canteen. The wooden fittings of the kitchen go perfectly with the pastel colours we used not only on the walls but also on the chairs and benches. In the relaxation zone with a ping-pong table, table football, and TVs, we suggested soft modular seating and large pouffes. Installations running under the ceiling are concealed by openwork panels. The entire arrangement is complemented by patterned wallpaper and linear lighting.