A light monochrome palette along with greenery, wooden elements and graphics have been used across the scheme as well as noise reducing measures such as acoustic screens between desks to create a soothing working ambiance while the design also maximizes natural daylight across the office.
The offices also include lockers for each worker rather than a defined desk to promote integration and collaboration while the layout has organised the conference rooms next to the lifts so that people can move between them more easily.
There is a large café that is treated as a workplace where people are encouraged to eat, drink, relax or work while the Sky Office provides a further relaxation area with stunning views across Warsaw via 360 degree double height glazing.
The Sky Office also includes two training rooms for company inductions with removable walls which open up to create a ‘town hall’ space that can accommodate up to 200 people.
Antoni added: “Even the most traditional sectors are shifting to a much more open approach to their workplaces and this project has been guided by important issues such as happiness, creativity and wellness while ensuring the design continued to represent the core brand and values of Citi .”
Phil Bray, regional Citi Works lead, added: “Having helped deliver over 29,000 Citi Works seats in both APAC and EMEA over the last 4 years, I truly believe that Generation Park in Warsaw is one of the best we have completed.
“Great detailed planning, blended with good change messaging around protocols meant that our focus areas are quiet, our collaborative areas are engaging and our sky lounge is both fun and functional. The space is efficient but at the same time feels generous and natural light is balanced with internal lighting to stimulate and energize staff, whilst enabling minds the ability to focus.”