As a global pharmaceutical manufacturer, Lundbeck is active in supporting patients with mental and neurological diseases and their families. Employees from the Krakow office, however, are responsible for delivering advanced business processes in finance, HR, purchasing, IT, digital transformation, audit, and legal advice to Lundbeck globally. Headquarters in Krakow is said not only to be a modern workplace but also a space adapted for workshops. The idea behind the changes was to adjust this space to different needs and types of work.
“We have had our office at Quattro Business Park since 2014. The company has grown, now employing over 250 high-quality professionals. Our rearranged office space was supposed to fit the new flexible working model in the post-pandemic era. The office remains a primary workspace for us, and it has several functions to perform. We wanted the space to be comfortable and functional, conducive to both individual and teamwork, including employees that work remotely on a given day. We entrusted this task to Tétris, and their experts came to us with an interesting approach, which we managed to adapt to our needs,” commented Marcin Młynarczyk, Managing Director of Lundbeck in Krakow
“The design approach is subtle, and our attention has been focused on the right choice of textures and materials. In the kitchenettes, where we wanted to create an atmosphere associated with enthusiasm, energy, and adventure, instead of red and orange tones, we used terracotta elements, warm woods, and soft upholstery. In the teamwork areas, where concentration is important, we have implemented blue tones and slightly rougher upholstery. Corporate colours perfectly fit our concept, and the reception is just filled with them. In some of the rooms, the colours were broken up with cool and clean Lacobel surfaces. In the interior, there is also space for branding elements (large-size photos, products) provided by the client and many green plants – such a jungle will help to connect employees with nature and raise the comfort of work,” said Anna Witkowska.
The fit-out works entrusted to Tétris experts concerned three floors. The project schedule was divided into stages allowing for uninterrupted functioning of the office. A wide range of works included: space plan, architectural design, and all construction and finishing tasks. Among them were: relocation of furniture and equipment, demolition works, and disassembly of installation elements or ceilings for re-assembly.