Activity-Based Working: NAYADA for Ericsson Office
NAYADA took part in equipping the Moscow office of the leading telecommunications company Ericsson. UNK project architects were tasked with creating an activity-based working space.
The concept envisages active movement of workers around the office and choosing working areas that suit their current needs the best. Almost all working stations were designed unassigned according to the Ericsson’s corporate standards, so every employee may take any station regardless of their rank.
Company’s office is divided into two zones: guest and working areas. The interior design was based on the open space idea. Working area offers standard working stations as well as tables for teams working on projects.
An abundance of collaboration zones with soft furniture, hidden behind acoustic curtains, can be find here.
Productive office concept includes separating spaces with partitions: meeting hub, quiet room, activity room and a relaxation room. 60 meeting rooms of different type: from spacious rooms to telephone booths. This will help to carry all active discussions outside the working area.
NAYADA outfitted these premises with NAYADA-Twin glass office partitions and NAYADA-Magic doors. Double glass and insulation, automatically dropping threshold and silent magnetic locks ensure excellent sound insulation.
Simple at the first glance, the office is full of complex technical solutions. A system of booking meeting rooms with signs next to every room indicating their name and availability is implemented in the Ericsson’s office. NAYADA manufactured and installed glass and blind laminated doors for these and other rooms.