These offices, located in the Torre Auditori complex and with 1,250 square metres of surface, have led to a substantial change in terms of communication and dynamism for the hundred or so people that work for the company.
“These offices are a new meeting point for the Titanlux workers. They have gone from working in different spaces spread out over the factory, with the classic vertical structure and scattered around different places, to new, much more collaborative offices, on two floors and that encourage communication and teamwork among the different departments. They are full of open spaces, collaborative work stations and a more open structure”, according to Lola Antón, of Areazero 2.0.
In the open-space for operative positions, a horizontal hierarchy was chosen that gets rid of categories among professionals to facilitate teamwork, separating the departments by the colour of the sound-absorbing dividers between the tables. This space was equipped with Prisma tables, Stay chairs and Pedestals which are very functional and suitable so that everyone has access to a storage space with a key.
All the common and collaborative areas are working very well and the client is very happy. They are aware of the potential of these spaces, which are being heavily used, moreso than they expected. The Twist table, due to being higher, is perfect for more sporadic or informal work meetings. In fact, they have asked us to expand their facilities in Madrid to create a customer service office and have asked us to replicate, in essence, their Barcelona offices”, explains Lola Antón.
The Prisma tables and the Stay chairs also equip the Phone Booth area, while the versatility of the Wing chairs can be found in the gastronomic area, an area intended for socialising, with a kitchen and specific places for resting and relaxation.
Spaces with spectacular views in which light, furniture and colour come together creating a new common space where the team feels good, united and where creativity and quality flow, essential in Titanlux’s work.