A Look Inside Ørsted’s New Warsaw Office
Bionergy company Ørsted recently hired architecture and interior design firm Workplace to design their new office in in Warsaw, Poland.
“The whole power of experience flows from the human-centric design. Natural light penetrates deeply into the interiors. The colors and ambiance are somewhat reminiscent of a spring day by the sea.
The top floor of the building presents a view of the sky and the successive layers of buildings arrayed like an EKG line outside the window. The interior aesthetics ensure a steady pulse. At the heart of the floor, at the crossroads of the social and meeting zones, there’s a mosaic on the wall featuring a turbine. It’s a windmill composed of thousands of ceramic waste pieces in the colors of the setting sun. It symbolizes Ørsted’s values and energizes the employees and guests present to take action.
During the project execution, Workplace utilized knowledge gained from previous projects, including collaboration with Impronta. Although it was not a direct partnership, the experience gained from other projects allowed for the application of biophilic design solutions and neuroscientific elements.
The office on the 20th floor has gained a distinctive mosaic reflecting the offshore wind farm. It was made from ceramic waste, giving it a second life. This type of art introduced into the interior instills a sense of pride that the space has been crafted intelligently and aesthetically while perfectly illustrating Ørsted’s business profile.”
- Location: Warsaw, Poland
- Date completed: 2023
- Size: 9,687 square feet
- Design: Workplace
- Photos: Martyna Rudnicka