mode: lina architects designs interior for HIGH5 training group in warsaw mode: lina architects designs interior for HIGH5 training group in warsaw
sep 30, 2015

mode: lina architects designs interior for HIGH5 training group in warsaw

mode: lina architects designs interior for HIGH5 training group in warsaw
images courtesy of marcin ratajczak, ayuko studio

 

 

 

polish firm mode: lina architects recently completed the interior of ‘HIGH5 training group’. their design provides a minimalist atmosphere that places focus on people, rather than the built environment. located in warsaw, the headquarters is an atypical training facility that differentiates ‘HIGH5’ from competitors. a straightforward approach to signage aids the motion between spaces, ensuring that visitors can easily find exactly where they need to be

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reception area 


minimalist, monochromatic design details  


conference room  

modelina architects HIGH5 training group HQ interior warsaw poland designboom
lines, which are prevalent throughout, are derived from the company’s logo


informal meeting area 

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close-ups of furnishings and added components 


‘HIGH5 training group’ 

modelina architects HIGH5 training group HQ interior warsaw poland designboom
signage 

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the interior was completed by mode: lina architects 


large meeting space 

modelina architects HIGH5 training group HQ interior warsaw poland designboom
desks 

 

 

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