Interestingly enough, up to 80% of all innovations in today’s offices provide for direct communication between people.
For all that, there is an obvious trend towards informal exchange as employees now are more in need of areas for spontaneous and fast meetings for brainstorming and discussing work-related specifics, than confidential meeting rooms.
Business Development Director of Gint-M Artem Panteleev offers the CRE.ru readership a tour of informal meeting rooms in Moscow’s leading international offices. Read more
Gint-M has completed the construction and fit-out of OMEGA boutique in the trading house of GUM in the Red Square.
It is noteworthy that it took only one month for the project to be completed, which is unprecedented for boutiques of this level. A distinct working schedule, whereby all project stages were literally planned on a day-by-day basis, allowed the company to keep within a very tight timeline. A rather large number of location-related instructions and limitations was a challenge for the company. Thus, it was possible to work only at night, not to interfere with the mall’s operation and not to hassle its visitors. Furthermore, in view of the historical status of the facility, works had to be performed with regard for a large number of special construction regulations. For instance, it was forbidden to touch the old brickwork.
The result is an exquisite, trendy and functional interior nicely blending with the entourage of the GUM – one of Moscow’s key landmarks.
Gint-M has completed the construction, fit-out and MEP systems installation in the new Total office. It should be noted that the previous office of the oil and gas company quartered in BC Four Winds was also realized by Gint-M.
Gint-M has completed the construction and fit-out of a new office for the international company Align Technology, operating in the area of medical technologies.
During three months and a half the construction company Gint-M managed to carry out a full range of detailed design, construction and fit-out works in the client’s premises, also laying all essential utility lines. The architecture was developed by ABD Architects.
The market of corporate interiors is going through transformation, caused by changing specifics of work processes, with companies constantly looking back to personnel efficiency and space savings. This leads to re-conception of the office space.
Artem Panteleev, business development director of Gint-M, dwelled on the key trends in this sector, the cost of effective workspace and how the latter is capable of increasing labor productivity, in his exclusive interview for Zdanie.info.
Energy efficient solutions are more expensive at the time of buying, but less expensive in the long run. If this is obvious to the customer and the price gap is not too wide, the client agrees to their use even today, when the cost is a determining factor for all. The experts of Gint-M told the ComEstate resource about energy efficient technologies used in the delivery of office projects.
Russian developers will have to learn how to take into account the needs of tenants for expeditious expansion or contraction of workspace, which is a widespread practice in developed markets. Suppose, yesterday a bank provided many consumer loans, but today people have lost their jobs and no longer want to buy TV sets on credit. This means that instead of 20 rooms a bank office may need only 10. A month ago they would sell three cars of a representative class every day in a motor show, but now -- only one car a week, so no need for a huge showroom. The concept of "pulsating" offices implies that residents of an office building may use only the area they currently need. This is what Artem Panteleev. Business Development Director at Gint-M Group, said in his interview for Vedomosti.
Avito office gained a victory in the “Comfort & Ergonomics” nomination, as part of the prestigious Best Office Awards 2017, rating corporate and public interiors in the territory of Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe.
The project author is ABD architects, General Contractor being Gint-M.
This is the so-called activity-based office design with salient architectural solutions and effective layouts. ABD architects proposed the yachting theme is the dominant feature in the interior. As a result, the office reminds of absorbing voyages and adventures.
Too often tenants rely on first impressions as they assess their future office, inspecting only obvious things like whether there are no cracks in window glasses, whether heating radiators work fine, and whether there are no scratches on furnishings. Yet other things are more important, specifically the office’s technical characteristics. If there is not enough air to breathe inside, employees will definitely want to run away and no glittering furnishings or three-layer insulated glazing will save the day. There is only one way out: requesting the owner to provide detailed technical characteristics at the earliest stage of acquaintance with the premises. Artem Panteleev, Business Development Director of Gint-M, dwelled on proper acceptance of an office facility from the owner, as part of Admin Breakfast organized by Kinnarps.