On the office floors, different modes of work – physical and virtual, loud and quiet – can take place in parallel, thanks to an acoustic concept that includes sound-absorbing walls, ceiling panels and heavy felt curtains, through to the spatial organisation of offices and meeting rooms.
The livelier zones are organised around the interior atriums and include spacious tea kitchens and rooms for collaborative work.
Around the perimeter, HENN Interior placed quieter areas for focussed work, including telephone boxes and meeting rooms that serve the individual agencies.
The design follows a distinct visual identity developed for Serviceplan based on the idea of a uniform.
Like a well-tailored suit that can be styled with statement pieces and colourful accents, the Serviceplan uniform has clear lines and a monochrome colour palette in black, white and grey – creating a coherent whole across all areas and agencies.
Coarse industrial materials like steel grating, raw steel and black-stained wood are used throughout.
Serviceplan’s ethos of communication and integration is expressed through unique, oversized furniture pieces – there is room for 100 people on a 30m-long sofa upholstered in bold, coral Raf Simons fabric, and space for 80 employees at a single wooden table in the canteen.