Browary Warszawskie is Echo Investment's flagship destination project. The developer has decided to move its Warsaw headquarters here. On the 7th floor of the highest building in the complex (Biura przy Willi) were created beautiful interiors inspired by Christopher Nolan's "Inception" and the history of the Wola district. Echo Investment's architects and the MIXD architectural studio were responsible for the project. The complex construction and coordination of finishing works were entrusted to the fit-out market leader in Poland – Tétris.
It was essential for us to create a friendly place for both employees and guests. At the same time, we intended to express our passion for design, architecture, and high-quality manufacturing. Together with MIXD, we managed to achieve this effect. Details referring to building structures or architects' everyday work highlights a homey, almost lounge-like atmosphere. We have used, among others, a motive of millimeter paper as a background in the reception area or a drafting table in the creative workroom. We are pleased that the office is full of functional solutions to make daily work easier for teams and foster integration. For the success of this great project, we needed a partner who was able to transfer it fully to the real world – that is why we invited Tétris.
Piotr Kozłowski, director of the architects' department at Echo Investment
We like to take on such challenges as the one from Echo Investment. This original project required precision concerning details, the use of a wide variety of materials, and a relatively fast pace of implementation. In the new office, to achieve the desired effect, we used, among others, Ecophon modular ceilings, acoustic ceilings made of Heradesign panels, and Muraspec openwork ceiling, whose installation required good planning and fitting, and above all experience. The interiors are full of a homelike atmosphere, but at the same time very diverse due to the materials used, such as wallpapers, carpets, floorboards, or micro-cement. Despite the tight schedule and ongoing pandemic that affects the availability and delivery of raw materials and supplies, we completed the project on time thanks to the perfect cooperation with the architectural studio and our suppliers. We appreciate the fact that the developer entrusted us with this project, and we are satisfied with the result achieved.
Ewelina Czaplarska, project manager, Tétris
A subsidiary of JLL, a Fortune 500 company, Tétris is a leading design and build firm. Its mission is to design and build vibrant spaces that inspire people to think better, work better and live better. With a global team of engineers, architects and designers, Tétris is able to provide a full range of services to meet clients' needs from design to construction and furniture selection (FF&E). Globally, since its inception in 2003, the company has grown in 18 countries on three continents, with a team of more than 820 people located in 35 offices. For more information, visit tetris-db.com.