GfK, a technology company that turns big data into smart data, enabling its clients to improve their competitive edge, recently moved into a new office in Milan, Italy, which was designed by Il Prisma.
“The open space is fragmented and divided by a series of environments to support both the informal meeting and the meetings planned and formal. It is, therefore, supported by both the study activity that is more relational, more noisy. In the first case the operating areas are broken up by a series of rooms where you can find the concentration or be able to do the meetings without disturbing those who work at their desk.
The workstations are equipped with dividers to offer more variety between the different moments of privacy and storage. They are also interspersed with informal seating. In the second case we have created the “chat box” and the “buzz room”, said Il Prisma