A co-working space in Warsaw is recognized by an aesthetically friendly design that combines the functionality of collaborative office environments with that of leisure spaces. The interior has been given life by Polish design studio Beza Projekt who was commissioned by "modern co-working space" Nest.
As the job environment is rapidly shifting toward more open-concept designs and atmospheres that promote interdisciplinary thinking, Beza Projekt attempts to stay on the cusp of the movement. The creative studio heavily relies on aquamarine colorings and luxe materials, in order to create an office that is "more like a club, where you should feel comfy and cozy." Moreover, the palette that was utilized for the co-working space in Warsaw was derived from Nest — the client's branding identity, making it a heavily brand-dependant project.
Photo Credits: Jacek Kołodziejski, Beza Projekt
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