- Project description:
- Providing custom furniture to organize open workspaces efficiently
- Provided services:
- projectmanagement, engineering, conceptdevelopment, production
Providing custom furniture to organize open workspaces efficiently
Picnic, the online supermarket and delivery service, had to move to a larger building due to the growth. In this existing building, space for more than 200 employees are spread over three floors. INTOS was asked to develop a variety of customized furniture to divide the large open spaces into different working areas and doing so facilitating the Picnic employees.
Picnic designed various interior components that INTOS further developed, such as the bar, kitchen, work tables and wall cabinets. Based on a 3D drawing, the changes were made visible in detail and coordinated with Picnic. Then INTOS started the production and finally placed the furniture on location. Because of the phased approach of Picnic, this process is still ongoing and, based on the needs of employees, new interior components are being developed.
The interior has an industrial look and is mainly made of sustainable materials. In the bar on the ground floor a remnant of an old gymnasium floor from France has been incorporated, which is also on the floor in the restaurant area. In addition, a lot of use was made of OSB boards, a fully recyclable plate made of flakes of wood and a binding agent, cork, upholstered panels and steel frames.
"The design, in which the sustainability concept continuously resonates, is special. The idea of splitting the open spaces by walls and separate meeting places is good. Employees are thus given the opportunity to also work in small committees, "says Peter Warmerdam, project manager INTOS.
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