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Tétris unveils its HQ

15 November 2017

Tétris unveils its HQ
The 'Lunch Atop a Skyscraper' photo adorns the wall of the boardroom
POLAND Office fit-out company Tétris has officially unveiled its new headquarters on the 25th floor of the Warsaw Spire building next to the Daszyńskiego roundabout in Warsaw.

The 520 sqm office includes the business development, operations, and design departments as well as the offices for the management board. “Having seen the successes of our clients, we are aware of how important the professional presentation of a company is for attracting business partners as well as top class talent,” says Rajmund Węgrzynek, the managing director of Tétris. According to the Tétris, the design of the new area reflects the values and ambitions of the company. The names of the smaller meeting rooms (Bureau, Hôtel, Boutique) refer to the business the company’s main business areas. The Boutique room is designed to resemble the interior of a small store with imitation snake skin armchairs, a huge mirror on the wall and a shiny mannequin. The Hôtel room is adorned with a huge felt lamp shade and a mock-up of a bed under a starry sky. The main module based conference room is filled with angular shapes which are softened by the materials used. “We wanted to manifest our dynamism and perfectionism because this is what makes our developments stand out,” says Danuta Barańska, the creative director at Tétris. The reception desk rests on the floor with only a its base. Open ceilings coloured with a sliver, metallic paint provide the interior with a slightly industrial atmosphere. They contrast with the warm wall-to-wall carpets and wooden features. The wall features a panel of hard hats printed with the logos of some of the company’s largest clients. The board room has a mural of the well known ‘Lunch Atop a Skyscraper’ photo of the Empire State building . “Together with the brave design, we also introduced a new work culture,” says Paweł Brodzik, the managing director of Tétris. Employees keep all their personal belongings in lockers. The majority of workstations are hot desks with screens and docking stations for laptops. The designer of the interior was Grzegorz Zając from the Noname Architects studio. Tétris was responsible for the fit out of 140,000 sqm of commercial space last year.


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