When started working with Thalia Digital Retail Solutions we immediately felt their engagement and motivation in doing all of this for the wellbeing of their employees.
Our scope of work consisted in the design and planning of carpenter fittings, re-thinking storage and greenery integration, furniture sourcing and a new color concept during their switch of corporate identity. This office dealed with an historically protected building, a former chocolate factory from the 19th century in Kreuzberg-Berlin.
The user is the expert when it comes to defining their needs, and vision for improving procedures and workflows.
We hosted and coordinated a digital remote workshop for a dynamic and participatory ideation, to elaborate on the challenges and solutions and set define goals and priorities.
Area: 660 qm
Photo: Sebastian Dörken
Our visuals engaged our clients on board from the beginning
Custom & modular furniture
In order to create a quiet space also visually we opted for homogenizing the storage elements. We created a modular furniture system that brought clarity and clear lines to the space. With this modular system we created sideboards with planters, wall storage, space dividers and even a product testing counter.
In a firm between identities we had to create an office colour and material concept that could be open for a new identity.
We picked up inspiration from the factory history of the space adding emphasizing the industrial machinery green tone and complemented this with warm grey tones and greenery.
The freshly painted staircase establishes an highlight connecting the 2 company floors
A new spirit with only a few steps
Our scope of consisted of colour concept, carpentry fittings, greenery and lighting to potentialize and optimize the spatial features of the space.