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Projects in Kazakhstan, in which NAYADA participated, have been nominated for the Kazakhstan Interior Awards

14 / 10 / 2015

Several projects, in which NAYADA participated, have been nominated for the Kazakhstan Interior Awards in the category Best Business Premises Project Implemented in Kazakhstan. This year, 25 office interiors are participating in these awards, and among them are seven projects that were implemented with the participation of NAYADA’s representative office in Kazakhstan. The winners will be announced during the awards ceremony on October 28 in the Conference Hall of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Almaty.

The leading company in the modern IT-sector, Microsoft, created for its employees a comfortable and functional office, corresponding to all advanced workplace design concepts. In the interior, the architects stressed not only the specifics of the business, but also tried to connect it with the rapidly developing capital of Kazakhstan - Astana. An open plan concept was implemented in the office, with areas for informal communications, focus rooms and premises for concentrated individual work, which contribute to creating an informal creative atmosphere. The space was zoned using NAYADA-Crystal all-glass partitions and doors, decorated with opaque stripes.

In this project, the EY Consulting Company used NAYADA-Standart classic partitions systems. The walls in the reception area were finished using NAYADA veneered panels. Around the open central section with the reception stand, a conference center was arranged, which includes two large convertible halls, several medium and small meeting rooms, as well as two areas for informal communications. The premises of the large hall are equipped with four NAYADA-Hufcor sliding partitions.

Complete reorganization of the working space in the office of the largest architectural company in Kazakhstan, KAZGOR Design Academy, was successfully implemented with the participation of NAYADA. The main working areas of the office are separated using NAYADA-Standart glass partitions, and Vitrage sliding doors, covered with matt-white frosted film, are installed in the openings. In the director’s office, NAYADA finished the walls with veneer facings.

In the office of the IT-company SAP in Astana, we installed NAYADA-Crystal all-glass partitions with frosted stripes. The same system was used for the entrance area and private offices. The interior was finished in the corporate style of the company. Especially for this project, we also created the reception stand, cloakroom and kitchen furniture.

For the office of the international consulting firm KPMG, NAYADA manufactured and installed NAYADA-Standart glass partition systems with built-in NAYADA-Crystal doors.

The renovation of a Sberbank office, led to the creation of a non-trivial environment, far removed from the usual perceptions of what a bank office should look like. Minimalist design supports the “ethno”-theme with characteristic elements of the traditional Kazakh yurt. NAYADA partitions, finished in the bank’s corporate green color, are used to separate the cashier zones. Entrance groups are furnished with NAYADA automatic glass doors.

NAYADA performed a large amount of work for the Forte Bank. Waiting areas and zones for impromptu negotiations, decorated with NAYADA-Crystal all-glass partitions and doors, are distributed throughout the office premises, so that customers and bank employees are able to engage in discussions at any convenient time. For this project, NAYADA manufactured and installed a series of doors – fire-resident, glass, and laminated. NAYADA also installed safety glass enclosures and performed works on walls and columns in the client zone.

About these awards - The Kazakhstan Interior Awards celebrate the innovative solutions used in office projects and other public and commercial interiors in Kazakhstan, and establish guidelines for new customers and designers in the organization of space, work productivity, staff motivation, as well as innovative solutions in design, lighting, acoustics, and ergonomics, using new materials and technologies.