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Offices that allow greater interaction between employees

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Offices that allow greater interaction between employees

The colorful, modern and vast offices of “Beats by Dre” look more like a modern gallery or glamorous nightclub. The architects from “Bestor Architecture” designed the space to look sophisticated and open and to reflect the refined style and creativity of the products and the employees.

The offices are situated on a vast area of ​​almost 10,000 square meters, divided into two buildings that are interconnected. The first building is for the reception, meeting rooms and offices, while the second building has a cafeteria for the employees, a small fitness center and a large workshop dedicated for research and development.

The space is designed in order to allow greater interaction and social activities. The aim was to avoid the concept of isolated offices and that’s why there are a number of open spaces where employees can work together or alone without having to feel like they are stuck in a cubicle with a desk, computer and telephone.

The minimalist geometric chandeliers are distinctive elements that can be seen in the common areas and offices, bringing elegance to the spaces. The colors create dynamic, positive atmosphere and encourage greater interaction and greater productivity.

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