loft green apartments office

area: 120 sq. m. project year: 2019completion year: 2019lead architects: maxim calujacengineering: est-service m. srl, roman lecari, andrei guruleaphotographer: oleg bajura

Situated in Mogosoaia, northwest of Bucharest, the Loft Green Apartments Office was designed for the Romanian development company Eco Villas. The main objective of the office design was to provide ergonomic working spaces that increase productivity and reduce discomfort. Additionally, the office was strategically placed on the first line of the completed building to showcase the company's commitment to creating ergonomic and passive buildings.
The architect of the Loft Green Apartments residential complex designed the office by integrating business meeting spaces with working spaces for the company's administration and employees. The central accent of the office is a curved wood wall with a rhomboid pattern that is visible from the entrance hall. Perforated metal panels create a visual link between the administrative office, meeting room, and employee office, running through the entire office space.
Glass walls are used to divide the functional parts of the office while maximizing natural light in all working areas. The lighting is integrated into the metallic texture present in the interior design, along with decorative elements. The furniture, designed by the architect, emphasizes the goal of achieving a comfortable and inclusive working atmosphere. The office features authentic, exposed materials such as concrete, wood, metal, and brick that contribute to the overall aesthetic.
The curved wood wall, visible from the entrance hall, is accentuated with a rhomboid pattern and serves as the focal point of the office area. Perforated metal panels traverse the administrative office, extend through the meeting room, and eventually enter the employee office, thereby establishing a visual connection between the different spaces. Glass walls were utilized to separate the offices based on their functionality, while also enabling daylight to permeate all working areas. The offices exude an authentic vibe due to the use of exposed materials, including concrete, wood, metal, and brick, which employees and clients can appreciate. The furniture, designed by the architect, emphasizes the concept that working spaces must be comfortable, sustainable, and inclusive.