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Lingaro Group's new headquarters in Warsaw designed by BIT CREATIVE

Project name:
Lingaro Group's new headquarters in Warsaw
Architecture firm:
Warsaw, Poland
Principal architect:
Barnaba Grzelecki
Design team:
Barnaba Grzelecki, Jakub Bubel, Malwina Klimowicz
Built area:
1,053.20 m²
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Tools used:
Lingaro Sp. z. o.o.
Office Building › Interior Design

Since 2008, Lingaro Group has been recognized by clients and global research and consulting firms for its innovation, technology excellence and consistent delivery of superior quality data services. Being a one-stop partner for global brands and enterprises, it guides clients through the entire data journey - from strategy to development, to operations and deployment, helping them realize the full value of the data they at their disposal. The company's mission and profile is reflected in its new office, located on Pulawska Street in Warsaw, with architects from the BIT CREATIVE design studio responsible for its construction.

The office space of Lingaro's new headquarters in Warsaw is more than 3,000 sqm on two floors. The first is 1,053.20 sqm, which includes a social room with a kitchenette with a total area of 68 sqm, 7 conference rooms (10-41 sqm) and separate open-space work areas. The second is 2048.22 sqm and includes a social room with a kitchenette with a total area of 157.47 sqm, a coffee point, a game room with a kitchenette - 46 sqm, 17 conference rooms from 10 to 100 sqm, a creative work room - 30 sqm, 3 rooms for individual work, separate open space and a chill out area. The impressive square footage, which guarantees freedom and comfort, reflects Lingaro's position in the international market, guaranteeing its employees friendly working conditions.

"The main design concept was to create an employee-friendly office with a homely atmosphere with corporate accents, taking into account the company's existing equipment. In terms of functionality, the developer wanted the space to be established on an open plan, with spaces to be divided into smaller ones for up to 18 employees. Another important aspect was the layout of various places for team and individual work, as well as numerous conference rooms" says arch. Barnaba Grzelecki, owner of the BIT CREATIVE studio".

A clear, functional and conducive to both individual and team work division of space was, however, the first challenge faced by the architects from BIT CREATIVE studio. After all, the separated rooms had to be arranged so that each was a coherent part of the whole, and at the same time stood out from the rest. The starting point, therefore, was the company's mission, its international scope of activities and the profile of services provided. Hence, the guiding idea of the conference rooms is the cities where the company's main branches are located.

The conference rooms in the reception area are designed in subdued colors, while those available to employees, are distinguished by intense colors. Each of them has its own individual color, accentuated on the ceiling. The Mexico City room can be considered the most colorful, where the figure of Frida Khalo dominates the celadon wall.

The game room is dominated by the company's colors - shades of purple and navy blue. The ceiling, made of black, gray and white panels, refers to the theme of the room - it resembles checkerboards or pixels on a monitor. Additional elements enhancing the mood are wallpaper from the cyberpunk universe, a neon sign reading "Game over" and a wall decoration in the form of pixels, which also serves an acoustic function. There are plenty of activities for users to enjoy: a game console, an arcade machine, ping-pong, and a fully equipped kitchenette and lounge areas.

The multifunctional social room, on the other hand, is located in the corner of the building and is divided into several zones. The lounge area with soft, comfortable furniture is separated from the others by mobile partitions. From here you can enjoy views of the bustling city or play board games. The dining area has long tables for a larger group of employees, along with single tables and high The room is also equipped with a sound system and two monitors for group presentations.

The ceilings in each room are particularly noteworthy. In the reception area, a slatted ceiling was designed on a circular plan with a perforated frame from which lush greenery hangs. In the game room, an interesting mosaic motif was achieved by using a standard modular ceiling in three colors. In the chillout areas, a warm material was chosen in the form of wood wool islands in a natural color. "The project, despite the limited budget, is very rich in details and unusual solutions. Each space is unique and stands out from the rest" concludes arch. Barnaba Grzelecki".


BIT CREATIVE design studio specializes in space planning and interior design for corporate clients. It offers a wide range of services related to relocation, as well as rearrangement of corporate headquarters. It is a team of professional architects and designers who have many years of experience in arranging commercial spaces. The studio was founded by Barnaba Grzelecki in 2017.

By Liliana Alvarez

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