The Europe home
The concept for Whispir's interior design was to change the perception of a conventional office setting without losing its essence and functionality. Simple shapes were used in the design, along with complementing colours, lightings, furniture, wallpaper, and flooring. Each area has its own identity, a unique concept to set the mood of the office.
Workstation were kept bright and open to remain conducive for long workdays as well as to encourage collaboration in the office. Meeting and discussion rooms exude a formal ambience, with a dash of creativity highlighted by the polka-dotted walls. Common areas such as the pantry and waiting areas are homely and cosy, a huge contrast with a traditional office but carefully designed and planned to fit in seamlessly.
An issue gleaned in the project design has to do with the high exposed ceilings, which can cause echoes throughout the office. To rectify this, soft furnishings such as carpet and wallpaper were used in an effort to reduce the echo levels. In addition. enclosed office rooms such as the director rooms and phone booths were fitted with closed ceiling that are lower in height, instead of wide-open ones.