Jovana Miletic | Architect | CFP Berlin Office Design #sinestezia
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CFP Berlin Office Design #sinestezia

CFP OFFICE INTERIOR DESIGN AS PRESENTATION OF process

 

Process as series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end: technic, creativity, connections, orientation/focus, phases

DYNAMIC plans/ideas EXTRUDE INTO SPACE atmosphere experience of space – encourage senses, with lights and shadows, movements, process

Synonyms: procedure, operation, action, activity, exercise, affair, business, job,task, undertaking, proceeding

 

Organization and materialization

 

Main element – Steel vertical panels placed at various distances for dynamic light/shadow effects
Entrance – reception and lobby – Reception desk with company name behind it, engraved on a black metal box, Glass cube with plants, with sofa in front
Black metal/glass boxes for phone calls, with worktables
Wood box for housing server and printing/copying machines. Server room is invisible, closed with wood and white glass on one side. Printing zone is open, with white curtain as a barrier.
White box, small, as kitchen-option 1 or wardrobe-options 2.
Meeting room – Steel vertical panels and part of a rotated glass cube as cover for a meeting room.
Offices separated with metal panels, with sound insulation in between. First office /Daniel/ connected directly with meeting room.
Workroom with eight tables, directly connected with chill zone and kitchen/lunch/briefing zone. Chill zone contains hammocks, table football, briefing/lunch table. Second lobby zone organized on the hallway with atrium/luftraum, with seating, plants. Visible ceiling installation. Light tone wood floor.

Origin: Middle English: from Old French proces, from Latin processus ‘progression, course’, from the verb procedere (see proceed). Current senses of the verb date from the late 19th century.

Type

CFP Office Design

Location

Unter den Linden / Berlin

Status

Project

Year

2014

Client

CFP

Surface

300.00m2

Author

Sinestezia

Project team

Ana Zatezalo Schenk / Ivana Nenkovic / Julija Jovanovic / Jovana Miletic / Milan Grubanov

Category
Projects