Different landscapes and the committment of creating a truly comfortable working place for the employees make of this space a warm, kind and inspiring experience.
The project for the new Ymedia premises has represented for us one of the biggest challenges we have faced in our interior design career, not only for the huge space, 1,200 sq. metres, but also for the fact that three different companies from the same group share the place, each of which with their specific needs.
Both the furniture and the interior design try to bring landscapes to our minds recreating, for instance with the table dividers, a sunset in the horizon, or as in the case of the executive offices, that represent a small village in which managers work together with their teams in a natural, close and easy-going way.
Natural oak is the predominant material, which makes the office look almost like a cabin, and combined with the fabrics, all of them of intense colours, show us how nature overwhelms the Ymedia offices.