Silknet Sales Office | MUA - Architecture & Placemaking

Tbilisi / Georgia / 2011

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Silknet Sales office is conveniently located on Chavchavadze ave in the residential area with a couple of offices and banks in the vicinity.
To meet contemporary demands and keep pace with rapidly evolving technology, a radical rethinking of the interior and spatial organization was necessary. The design of the desk is inspired by the concept of a "transmitter" - a device used for conveying information. The desk, assembled from the thin layers of plywood, is painted and placed on top of each other, creating a biomorphic shape that models progress and technological advancements.
The sales desk is a medium facilitating interaction between the company representatives and the clients. The table structure encloses the red circle and is made of durable rubber. The ceiling is dark grey, enhanced with circular lights. The red color denotes data and information knowledge, while the blue color indicates internet space.
The desk can be broken down into three individual units and easily transported to the local branches. Using local and low-cost material makes the design more attractive and approachable. The bold character of the office is further reinforced by the biomorphic forms used in the interior and the unconventional layout of the overall space.


 


Location:   Tbilisi, Georgia
Project Year:   2011
Status:   Built                                                                                                                                         


Client:   Silknet


Program:  Workspace I 60m2


Collaborators:   Photo: Nakanimamasakhlisi


Team:   Gogiko Sakvarelidze I Nikoloz Japaridze I Eka Kankava I Kakha Maisuradze I lasha Barblishvili

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    Silknet Sales office is conveniently located on Chavchavadze ave in the residential area with a couple of offices and banks in the vicinity. To meet contemporary demands and keep pace with rapidly evolving technology, a radical rethinking of the interior and spatial organization was necessary. The design of the desk is inspired by the concept of a "transmitter" - a device used for conveying information. The desk, assembled from the thin layers of plywood, is painted and placed on top of each...

    Project details
    • Year 2011
    • Client Silknet
    • Contractor Nakanimamasakhlisi
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Office Buildings / Offices/studios / Interior Design
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