Rethinking the hybrid office design for employee happiness
Alkemy, a company specialized in the evolution of the business model of large and medium-sized companies and listed on Euronext Star Milan (ALK), called on us to rethink their headquarters in Milan for the company’s 10th anniversary.
Two key factors laid the foundation for the entire project:
the organic growth of employees and an in-depth analysis of new working styles generated by the digital and post-pandemic landscape.
“Empowering people by defining their work by objectives can positively affect both
personal well-being and company growth. This new work-life balance model, fostered also by our new office’ layout, is a starting point
that can evolve with us over the years“
Duccio Vitali CEO Alkemy
Large-scale wall graphics by Alkemy creative team
bring authenticity to the brand’s presence throughout the spaces.
The new workspace is distinguished by 4 key elements:
#1 The complete redistribution of internal teams and tasks to facilitate workflows, team building and interactions
#2 A balanced number of meeting rooms, brainstorming and focus spaces, and private offices.
#3 Comfortable, well-defined common areas for all employees.
#4 Inspirational echoes of the brand identity in key areas.
Throughout the entire project, we followed Alkemy’s three core values:
Setting the stage for new luxury retail experiences
Design Holding, the world’s largest group in the luxury furniture industry, tasked us with the design of their first showroom featuring all of the group’s premium Italian and Danish heritage design brands—B&B Italia, Maxalto, Azucena, Arclinea, Flos and Louis Poulsen—under one roof.