- Project description:
- INTOS was asked to build the interior for the office of the software developer JetBrains. The office exists out of two floors in the Huidekoper building in Amsterdam. The architects of D/DOCK made the interior design.
- Provided services:
- engineering, production, installation
INTOS was asked to build the interior for the office of the software developer JetBrains. The office exists out of two floors in the Huidekoper building in Amsterdam. The architects of D/DOCK made the interior design.
JetBrains develops complex program codes. In order to create these, their employees need to work in an environment where they are able to focus. That’s why JetBrains wanted to create a space where their employees can concentrate but also have enough room to relax. A challenge for the architects was to create a transparent feeling, even though there are a lot of secluded work areas. D/DOCK designed a playful interior with different styles and a large variation of materials. INTOS build and installed the fixed furniture.
The office has public areas like a restaurant, game room, a fitness and yoga area, an auditorium and several meeting rooms. The office space is an open gallery and several work areas with workstations. For this project INTOS has made the furniture for several public areas including pantries and kitchens with stainless steel fronts and natural stone composite counters. We made two large stages in the auditorium, multiple conference tables and acoustic wall covering made from recycled PET felt. INTOS also build wardrobe and storage closets in the hallways with wooden wall paneling finished off with black stain. We have delivered and installed the oaken staircase between the two floors. In total INTOS has delivered and placed around 40 workstations for the gallery and surrounding work areas. The office now offers around 100 work spaces.
The result is a modern work environment where employees can work separated to concentrate, but also offers serval public areas to relax in and where employees are stimulated in a positive way.
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