200 SQYD Corporate Pharmaceutical Building
Maxitech Pharmaceutical Company’s office building spanning 200 sq.yds and six levels (B+G+4), offers a harmonious blend of functionality and elegance. Upon entering the ground floor, visitors are welcomed into a reception area with a comfortable lounge, providing seating for guests. Behind the reception, a striking feature wall separates the area from a huddle space, facilitating informal discussions, and an administrative office ensuring smooth operations. At the far end of the ground floor, a centrally located lift serves as a convenient means of access, connecting all the floors seamlessly.
Moving to the first floor, a spacious boardroom capable of accommodating up to 25 people takes center stage, providing an ideal space for important meetings and presentations. The first, second, and third floors are organized with an open-plan layout, featuring shared workstations and private cubicles, offering a conducive environment for collaborative work while ensuring individual privacy.
As one ascends to the fourth floor, a sense of exclusivity prevails, with this level designated for the directors and president’s offices. The layout incorporates an open lounge area at the center, fostering a relaxed atmosphere for both employees and visitors. The president’s office is meticulously designed, featuring a desk area for focused work, dedicated meeting space for official discussions, and casual seating arrangements for informal interactions. This thoughtful planning ensures an efficient and aesthetically pleasing workspace that caters to the diverse needs of Maxitech Pharmaceutical Company’s staff and leadership.
The architects aimed for transparency and modernity in the design of the façade of this office. The exterior showcases a plain glass facade with white mullions, exuding transparency and openness. To add depth and sophistication, a strategic use of grey concrete texture is incorporated into the facade, striking a balance between aesthetics and functionality. Vibrant planters are hung at mid-level, introducing a touch of nature and vitality to the exterior, enhancing the overall ambiance. Fair faced concrete finish is used in conjunction with full-length glass windows. Wooden cladded diagrid patterns run across the facade, adding character to the building’s exterior.
The interiors of the conference room follow a timeless and sophisticated theme, aligning with the pharmaceutical company’s professional atmosphere. The color scheme is subdued, utilizing a palette of muted colors and textures. A wooden ribbed feature wall creates a focal point and imparts a sense of grandeur to the space.
The executive room on the other hand boasts a luxuriously minimalist design, emphasizing warmth and sophistication. Warm accent lighting is used to create a cozy atmosphere. The integration of concrete and wooden accents adds an industrial yet elegant touch. Blues and beiges are incorporated, evoking a fresh and tranquil ambiance. These colors enhance the contemporary appeal of the office space.
The CEO’s room is designed to strike a balance between density and balance, creating an inviting and breathable environment. The color palette is dense yet balanced, featuring subdued base shades and bolder accents. Various textures are applied, enriching the interior design. The floor-to-ceiling window enhances the sense of openness and breathability in the room.
All in all, the workspace is designed in such a way that it takes care of the wellness of employees.