8 Incredible Office Design Ideas in Poland

Last Updated: August 1, 2020

The high standards in workspace architecture, design and layout make Poland one of Europe’s, and the world’s, most notable points of inspiration for great office design ideas. Here are just 8 Polish offices that help set the standard for workspace design worldwide.

by AGENT Staff
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POLAND boasts the largest economy in Central Europe, and indeed, was the only EU economy to avoid recession in the global downturn of 2006-2009. The largest cog in Poland’s economic machine is its strong services sector. Firms both foreign and indigenous have bases in its largest cities, and so the general standard of workspace architecture and layout is high, with great emphasis placed on creating inspiring, productivity-spurring work environments for employees. Here are just 8 of the most notable office design ideas found by AGENT during our ongoing surveys of the world’s coolest workplaces.

 

1. Google

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IN 2014, Google opened a new service and support office in Wroclaw, Poland housing around 250 staff. When it comes to great office design ideas, Google never disappoints, and as you would expect, its Wroclaw office is a place of fun, inspiration, and innovation—all in all, a great space for its employees.

 

 

2. Nowy Styl Group

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FURNITURE company Nowy Styl Group recently moved into their new workplace in Kraków. The rooms throughout this workplace boast seemingly endless examples of verve and vibrant innovation, both in the futuristic furniture and decor choices, to the daring colour schemes.

 

 

3. FreshMail

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EMPLOYEES at Freshmail are treated to a colourful and vibrant workplace in Krakow. Designed in collaboration with Mokaa, the email marketing company boasts one of the country’s finest work environments, providing some of the most striking office design ideas on our list.

 

 

4. Opera

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MODE:lina designed the Wroclaw offices of software company, Opera. The well-established business now has an office that is as impressive as its longevity and pedigree, with intricate designs and intriguing combinations of colour and decor.

 

 

5. Kolektyw

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PRACOWNIA ARD created the new offices of event company Kolektyw in Sopot. This workplace demonstrates, throughout the headquarters, the positive effect on employee productivity of a vibrant and exciting colour and decor scheme.

 

 

6. Tekniska

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MIKOMAX Smart Office designed the new offices of Tekniska Poland, located in Gliwice. The Polish company specialized in systems of transmissions industry data, and the design makes the most of appropriately smart, and modern lighting arrangements to enhance the space even of the smaller rooms.

 

 

7. CreativeStyle

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Image source: morphostudio.pl

INTERACTIVE agency Creativestyle  moved into a new office designed by Morpho Studio, located in a former mill building located in Krakow. The end result is an inspiring blend of organic and even utilitarian feel, with innovative, futuristic spaciousness.

 

 

8. u2i

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MORPHO Studio was the designer of the new offices for web development and consulting firm u2i in Krakow. u2i’s new office is located in a former cable factory. The headquarters encompasses more than 800 square metres of space, which includes fresh and modern areas for both work and relaxation.

 



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