The Atalanti Greek Brewery offices occupy 3 floors. The architect designed them to house the three core company departments, in a way that links them aesthetically but allows for a distinction amongst them too.
The Management and Finance teams’ floor has minimalist forms and closed off office spaces in order to guarantee for more privacy. Some of the floor’s walls and spaces feature photography from the Atalanti brewery complex and sculptural works from the Director’s own collection.
The Sales and Marketing space reflects on the dynamism and flexibility of the way it is used by the teams, with bigger open plan spaces and a central Sales Bar, which is also the whole team’s meeting and break room.
For selected spaces, such as the Reception area and the Sales Bar, the architect designed some custom made furniture with materials such as copper and iron, to reference the materials used in the factory or the beer product itself, for example the main lobby backdrop features the company’s logo made out of barley and hop film.
photos: Elias Handelis
The concept for the exhibitionstand for the ΕΖΑ brewery for HO.RE.CA 2017 is based on the relation between the industrial and the natural environment of the brewery itself.
Istallation ‘drop’ refers to the logo of the company.
Designed and constructed by the architect ‘drop’ is conceived as a transportation capsule for ist visitor to the production of beer and its history. Listening to music made for the video inside the ‘drop’ the visitor steps on a lighten floor of hop and barley. A trip through the senses.
Video: Despoina Kontargyri
photos: Vivianna Kanelopoulou