Design The Nest, the coworking space where work meets design
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The Nest, the coworking space where work meets design

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Giulia Guido
Beza Projekt The Nest | Collater.al

Sometimes the workplace can become alienating, spending most of the day in small, closed offices, with those classic metal furniture and cabinets is neither beautiful nor stimulating. That’s why Berza Projekt studio for The Nest, a modern coworking space in Warsaw, has thought of something different.

Based on the idea that, by now, time spent at work is less and less separated from free time, and that spaces also overlap, the Berza Projekt team opted for the creation of large spaces, with many common areas, in bright colors. In particular, the most used color within The Nest is turquoise, which we find in furniture, objects and in the very special wallpaper with a marbled effect. Great importance has been given to comfort, so, in all six floors of the building, there are sofas, comfortable armchairs, and spaces dedicated to moments of rest and relaxation. In addition, to create a strong contrast with the exterior of The Nest, i.e. a rough and angular structure, the interior has priority soft forms, curved lines and use in the corners of plants, which in addition to filling the space give movement.

Working at The Nest has a completely different flavor. 

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