The office of Orient Games, designed in cooperation with KOOP Arch and Studio Zon, is located in Kadıköy, Istanbul.
The design decisions have been developed for an office that will be used by different teams of employees with flexible working hours and days. The space has been divided into two main functional areas, categorized as social space and work space.
In organizing the space, an innovative and dynamic design has been implemented with an open-plan scheme, taking into consideration the preferences of young and diverse user profiles.
All existing walls were removed, and a "shell" was designed starting from the entrance and extending throughout the space. The social area and work area are placed on the side of the shell facing the main facade, while wet areas, technical equipment, storage areas, and other functions that require closed spaces are located on the side facing the blind facade.
The shell, which is the border between open and closed spaces, is made of white lacquered wood panels and niches are formed on it from the water resistant pylwood and these niches are used for different needs such as kitchen, meeting rooms and locker area.
The shell, serving as the boundary between open and closed spaces, is made of white lacquered wood panels. Niches, formed from water-resistant plywood, are utilized for various needs such as the kitchen, meeting rooms, and locker area.
The open-plan scheme and variety of furniture provide alternative usage of areas such as socializing, eating, and working for the employees.
A white color palette is used throughout the space, and a concrete texture on the floor, to create a spacious and serene atmosphere. Wood used in the niches of the "shell" and different colors are employed in the moving furniture to add warmth to the space.
Various sizes and types of plants have been placed in the office in order to separate the usage areas from each other and to create a quiet atmosphere.