The Warsaw Mokotów district accommodates a new office of Circle K (formerly Statoil), a chain of filling stations.
The office, covering an area of 2,700 square metres, was designed by Barnaba Grzelecki's design agency Bit Creative, and supplied by Warsaw's Balma Showroom with NOTI furniture: Mishell bar stools, coffee tables, armchairs on skids and plate, Linar Plus chairs on wooden legs, a Teddy Bear sofa and coffee table, Rosco side tables, and Manta Lounge and Club armchairs. In the project also Meble BALMA has been used.
The new premises in Villa Metro are perfectly adapted to the needs and nature of work of the IT division and company departments related to Circle K philosophy. The office space is divided into small open sections separated by meeting rooms with natural light access and additionally provided with smaller rooms for quiet work or telephone conversations. A lot of attention was paid to the quality of the work space. The area was equipped with electrically height-adjustable desks, office chairs with headrests, ample greenery and ceilings with carefully selected acoustic properties.
Each of the three floors features a social space where employees are able to rest and relax, get together or work with their children around. Other highlights include small coffee points, a large kitchen with a chill-out area, a quiet room, a family room and a dedicated area for mothers and children. The final effect is a comfortable working space.
The new main office of Circle K is a modern area which meets the needs of its users and accentuates the character of the company.