Morphoza | Energobit
In an ultramodern office building, the company needed the same type of furniture. Furnishing the Energobit offices was the first office project accomplished by Morphoza team. The client's wish that through Morphoza furnishing solutions, he would offer comfort to the employees, functionality to offices and a look that would speak for itself regarding the company's professionalism.
energobit, interior design, furniture
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Design & Functionality

Brief Energobit

In an ultramodern office building, the company needed the same type of furniture. Furnishing the Energobit offices was the first office project accomplished by Morphoza team. This challenge was intensified by the great surface to be covered – over 3,000 sq meters. The client’s wish that through Morphoza furnishing solutions, he would offer comfort to the employees, functionality to offices and a look that would speak for itself regarding the company’s professionalism.

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Interior Design

Design, comfort and functionality – these were the traits we tried to achieve when furnishing the three manager’s offices. We chose the products so that they meet the beneficiaries’ needs and express their personalities as well as possible. Clean lines, elegant and nice-to-touch fittings are characteristic to the furnishings of each office. Leather-padded armchairs and a strong wood presence turn a professional space into a more welcoming, personal one.

Meetings, be they with employees or collaborators, are essential to the company’s and business evolution in general. A well-decorated meeting room can efficiently influence attracting new clients or negotiations, and so it becomes  of paramount importance that the furniture in these rooms is comfortable, modern and adequately integrate the equipment used. For Energobit, the formal meeting area was doubled by an informal meeting area, set up like a standing bar, behind the reception desk. From a color point of view, the furniture was mostly chosen in red combined with the natural wood tones of the desks.

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