Studio ANTIPOD created a brand new, vibrant world for the Tenderly Office, where tranquility and playfulness merge for a fascinating workspace. Situated in Belgrade’s newly opened GTC constructing, this inspiring interior spans three floors, covering over 3,000 square meters. Overall, Studio ANTIPOD designed a fascinating office that seamlessly integrates Japanese aesthetics and the fun of constructing blocks.
Drawing inspiration from the art of simplicity and harmony, the space reflects the calm essence of Japanese culture. From the usage of grids to the combo of calming tones, natural materials, and abundant greenery, every detail has been thoughtfully crafted to create a layout that guides visitors through the space. The infusion of Japanese design philosophy not only enhances functionality but additionally fosters a way of tranquility and security.
In contrast of the Japanese zen, the Tenderly Office embraces the playful nature of constructing blocks. Drawing inspiration from the childhood toy, the inside is energized with vibrant colours, playful shapes, and dynamic spatial configurations. The infusion of those striking tones breathes life into each element, making a fascinating atmosphere that sparks creativity and cultivates a energetic work environment. In total, the Tenderly Office is designed to feel like home, where security, comfort, and imagination thrive.
Lush green plants throughout add a biophilic touch, while helping to cut back sound, improve air quality, and boost productivity.
The bottom floor serves because the central hub of the corporate, featuring a bar, canteen, and an auditorium. This multifunctional space acts as a focus for socialization, idea exchange, and inspirational discussions. Its non-corporate aesthetics helps form a separation between the social zone and other areas dedicated to work.
The second floor is designed as a peaceful escape for solo work and group meetings. Each dedicated spaces for focused work and meeting rooms offer serene surroundings that support team work and individual needs. Thoughtful soundproofing ensures interactions remain undisturbed, allowing individuals to immerse themselves in work or engage in group discussions.
The third floor showcases a mixture of open and closed offices, which support each teamwork and individual needs. This arrangement marks Tenderly’s approach to promoting collaborative work while also providing opportunities for private growth. Spotted throughout the ground are quiet islands and pods for quick, spontaneous meetings for as much as 4 people.