THE TOTAL SQUARE 500 sq m
ADDRESS Spain, Madrid, business center Parque Empresarial La Finca
This year, the Spanish division of Kaspersky Lab is ten years old, so the company moved to a new office in the Parque Empresarial La Finca in the business center of Madrid. The design of the working space was developed by the Moscow bureau ABD architects, which created a simple and universal space, equally convenient for both full-time employees and clients of the company.
The Madrilenian office is quite small: only 42 people works on an area of 500 square meters. In order to speed up the construction, at the request of the Client, the standard design order was disturbed: first, tender documentation was made, and then a design project. So the company's employees began to work in the new office after only three months from the start of design.
The new office of Kaspersky Lab in Madrid is designed in the style of the company's Moscow headquarters - light, simple and minimalist.
Black frames of partitions, black doors and reception desks of broken dynamic forms with a concrete finish - all this elements unite the Madrid office with the company's offices in Moscow and London.
Carpet tile with different shades of green color was chosen as the floor covering. It has already become traditional for the company's office interior. Suppliers of furniture and partitions were selected from Spanish manufacturers
Bright red and yellow accents in the decoration of furniture in the areas of communication and collaboration emphasize the Spanish flavor. The seating area has acoustic chairs that absorb extraneous sounds: here you can relax during a siesta or hold a conference call.
The windows of the office overlooking to a small courtyard, which employees use as a workplace in warm months.
The motto of Kaspersky Lab: "We are here to save the world." Therefore, the image of the knight El Greco from the Prado Museum in Madrid was a source of inspiration for the design of the office. Thus, lamps in the patio and kitchen area, shaped like the collars of Spanish grandees.