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Entry# 9

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Location: Alphaville, Brasil

The client’s space is an area of Bradesco that takes care of innovative projects and are responsible for implementation of innovations in both administrative processes and customer service. Our mission was to create a layout that, in addition to being innovative and passing this image, would have to propose environments and solutions that fostered innovation itself, creative thinking, interaction and collaboration of users. The client’s logo, a geodetic sphere where all points communicate and are interconnected, already suggested an esthetic and conceptual way to base the concept of design. The entire office is permeated by walls formed by polygons that refer to the logo. All with a unique format, designed one by one to meet specific functions and enhance the architecture and distribution of spaces. Their irregular shapes make the transit through the office always be interesting and different. The walls and their shapes, revealed by spots on rails, can be constantly illuminated in different ways, due to the characteristic and malleability of the lighting solution chosen. Shaw Contract’s Hexagon carpet tile plays an important role in the conceptual and aesthetic composition of the office. It reinforces and complements the polygonal shapes of the walls, passing on the message that collaborative work, that is, the sum of the individualities and capacities of each team member, forms a more creative and innovative set than their separate individuals.

The organic and asymmetrical distribution of the spaces, together with the irregular polygonal shapes represented on the walls, carpet and furniture, place the user in a space where freedom and flexibility are everywhere. We believe that these characteristics induce behavior and thinking free of rules, more creative and explore horizons not yet visited.

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March 28, 2019