In May this year, global food and beverage company PepsiCo moved to new headquarters in the Monopol office building, located in the neighborhood of Centrum Praskie Koneser in Warsaw. The company decided on a modern space suitable for hybrid work and eco-friendly recycled materials, consistent with its strategy. MIXD architectural studio was responsible for the design concept of the office on the 3rd and 4th floors, with a total area of 3,550 sqm, AD-STUDIO prepared a detailed design, and Tétris performed fit-out.
This original, historic yet modern space met our expectations – especially in sustainability, which was crucial to us because of our pep+ strategy. It's reflected in the interior design, the materials we used, and the solutions we offered to the employees, for example, we gave up bottles in favor of tap water and drinks available in pouring machines. The office follows the principles of our global »Work that Works« program, which redefines the workplace. It is both designed for hybrid work and offers our employees a variety of spaces for on-site tasks. The interior design was demanding, involving details and materials with different textures. We wanted to entrust the execution phase to an experienced partner, and our choice was Tétris.
Emilia Bryl, Project Manager, PepsiCo
The interior of PepsiCo's new office defines colors, product branding in the form of neon, graphics, or wallpaper on the walls, different types of textures, structures, and lots of green plants. We used decorative, acoustic ceilings in the shape of ribbed circles and decorative, metal cladding with sub-printing. There is 2,500 sqm of cellulose acoustic plaster throughout. Also noteworthy are the reception desk and kitchen table tops made from bottle caps.
Krzysztof Jastrzębski, Senior Project Manager, Tétris
The construction and finishing work for PepsiCo took us four months – a good result considering that we were operating during the beginning of the war in Ukraine, which affected deliveries and the availability of workers. Nevertheless, being a global company, it was much easier for us to cope with such challenges.
Tomasz Spalik, Business Development Director, Tétris.
*Photos by Kinga Skalik Fotografia
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.
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