Proving that working in a corporate office doesn’t have to suck, the new Grupo CP offices in the Polanco neighborhood of Mexico City are colorful and fun and look like they want to keep their employees energized. Spanning over three levels and 16,900 square feet, spAce Arquitectura had their work cut out for them. With a need for private offices, conference rooms, dining rooms, informal meeting rooms, a lobby, open areas, and a vestibule, to name a few, they created a cohesive and vibrant workplace thanks to the creativity of Pentágono Estudio, who lent their hand with custom furniture, graphics arts, and applications.
Take a spin through the offices in this video:
You’ll notice the fun graphics throughout and the use of bold, bright colors in each of the spaces.
The design teams didn’t just focus on color, sustainability was key in the design and they’re currently seeking LEED certification.
They brought in furnishings in various geometric shapes, as well as using curves, like through the core of the office, into each of the trapezoidal-shaped floors.
Each of the floors incorporates details of an integral thematic concept that’s in conjunction with the company’s areas of business – City, Health, and Automotive.
I’m assuming these circular disks are sound absorbers and they’re pretty awesome, especially how they cover a lot of the mechanics close to the ceiling.
I kind of want to make some string art now, don’t you?
Photos by Adrenorama.