布拉格建筑事务所Studio Perspektiv为Trask solutions a.s.技术和咨询公司设计了一个全新的办公室，这家公司是大型公司与机构的长期合作伙伴。起初，设计师面对的是一位高要求、果敢、富有远见的业主和位于布拉格发展中的Pankrác商业区的一栋具有挑战性的建筑。经过难以言表的经历，设计师最终成功设计了一个用原始材料塑造的高级朋克感空间。
Studio Perspektiv, a Prague based team of architects, designed a brand new office for the technological & consulting company Trask solutions a.s., a long term innovations partner of big companies and institutions. In the beginning, there was a demanding, courageous client with a vision, and a challenging building in Prague’s developing business district Pankrác. In the end, there is an experience. Difficult to describe. A perfect storm of raw materials, a high-class punk.
▼使用胶合板、波纹板和夹丝玻璃墙的入口空间，the entrance area is in juxtaposition of raw plywood, corrugated sheets and wired glass on individual walls
▼半透明材料制成的巨大接待台，the massive reception desk is made of translucent material
Good breakfast is everything
Trask’s rich company culture directly influenced many important decisions in the course of the project. The power of tradition and community is clearly visible in the arrangement of lounges and common spaces. Both the colorful conference area and the main community “living room” spanning over several hundred square meters prove that Trask takes good care of its employees.
▼色彩丰富的会议区，colorful conference area
▼接待会客区，area for meeting and conversation
Together with Gravelli – a luxury concrete products manufactory, Studio Perspektiv prepared a literally solid ground for company breakfasts, a six meter long bar made of steel and concrete. With all dear guests in mind, the entrance area doesn’t fall behind either. It provides a little sneak peek of the spatial arrangement and the juxtaposition of raw plywood, corrugated sheets and wired glass on individual walls. The massive reception desk, made of translucent LiCrete(C), will not leave you indifferent.
▼早餐区域和钢与混凝土制作的6米长吧台，breakfast area with a six meter long bar made of steel and concrete
It is easier to go through the difficult stuff on a swing
▼通过白色板分隔的办公桌隔间呼应建筑的有机形态，separated only by whiteboards, the bays of work desks follow the organic shape of the building
▼员工一边荡秋千一边与同事处理工作，staff can swing a bit and go through the project with their co-worker
▼员工可以在工作的同时照顾小孩，staff can work when they have to bring their children to the office
▼带有秋千的儿童角落，a children’s corner with swings included
▼处理需要额外精力任务的聚焦室，a focus room for tasks demanding extra concentration
Separated only by whiteboards, the bays of work desks follow the organic shape of the building. No one is isolated. Everyone is able to find their way even though there are no corridors. In between work bays the authors located study room with a library, lounge nests to relax and chill, a focus room for tasks demanding extra concentration. Would you like to swing a bit and go through the project with your co-worker? Sure you can. Or would you rather get a stretch and remind yourself of the elementary school? Old PE equipment is at your service. Do you have to bring your child with you? Yup, there’s a children’s corner (with swings included).
▼办公空间旁的休息区，leisure area near the working space
▼内部安放着圆形高桌子的桦木林， a birch grove with a round high desk in it
Old fashioned walls are… well, old fashioned. Meeting rooms are defined by high, custom made cabinets and separated from the common space by wired glass panels encased in a robust anthracite grid. Cabinet walls define individual spaces, hide columns and serve as storage space – always exactly where you need them to be. Collaboration doesn’t happen solely behind the closed doors of meeting rooms. The fundamental decisions are often made in improbable places. That’s why there’s a birch grove with a round high desk in it, a fully equipped game room and a dedicated gym (that’s called Beach for some reason – could it be because of the sweat?).
▼橱柜，波纹板、炭黑色框夹丝玻璃围合出不同大小的会议室，cabinets, wired glass panels in a robust anthracite grid, corrugated sheets define meeting rooms in different scales
▼不同装饰风格的会议室，interior of meeting rooms decorated in various style
Don’t draw on the plasterboard
Trask’s office interior is the result of the rare symbiosis of design, courage and obsession with detail. Everything is natural, nothing is a lie. The area is dominated by raw and genuine materials – birch plywood, large format sheet metal, concrete, glass and wired glass. Since the raw plasterboard is used as a decorative surface, one of the less expected challenges for the authors was to assure its quality. It was complicated to explain to the workers that they cannot draw and write on the gypsum panels. The walls are decorated by paintings of emerging Czech painters and graphic artists. Every single pictogram was carefully considered. Every last flower has its place and meaning. Because in many cases, quality seems to be the cornerstone of sustainability.
▼墙面装饰着新锐捷克画家和图形艺术家的画作，the walls are decorated by paintings of emerging Czech painters and graphic artists
Project name: Trask solution a.s. office
Architect: Studio Perspektiv s.r.o.
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project location: Prague
Client: Trask solutions a.s.
Project : 2017- 2018
Project size: 2 800 m2
Photo credits: Boysplaynice, www.boysplaynice.com
Authors: Martin Stára Ján Antal
Collaboraters: Vojtěch Hasalík
Products and brands
Viroc, cement bonded particle boards
concrete reception desk and bar table by Gravelli
Verti glass partition / www.verti.cz
Bespoke furniture & joinery Brick / www.brickpraha.cz
Vitra furniture&Tradition furniture
graphic design Ondrej Jelínek
statues by Jakub Flejšar
artworks by Beata Alexová
design rugs by Lenka Vacková