Anticimex

Design Reform
Location Stockholm, Sweden
5.5
Flexibility
5.5
Communication
5.0
Collaboration
4.5
Concentration
5.8
Wellbeing
/10
Welcoming, green and inspiring: these attributes best describe the new Anticimex office in Stockholm. The place conveys a feeling of community for employees and visitors alike.

Pride and inspiration
Anticimex was in a journey of change and initiated a move of its brand – from an institution into a modern, vibrant and dynamic sales and service company with the industry’s best insurances and satisfied customers. It wanted to create an office with soul, something that felt ‘we’. An inspiring place where you take pride in being part of, but also a place that feels a little like home. This is the atmosphere Anticimex aim to convey to the employees who are in the office every day, the colleagues around the country that come to visit and, of course, all other visitors.

Strengthening the brand
The new office, with its architecture and interior, clarifies and strengthens the brand. Together with the customer, pS Arkitektur have consistently chosen shapes and materials that can directly be linked to the business: from carpets, lamps and furniture to wallpaper and foiling. Here are classic ergonomic workstations, comfortable rest areas, a relaxing ‘fun-room’, a training hall and a children’s corner that can help employees to balance their everyday life.

Details
ClientAnticimex Sweden
CityStockholm
CountrySweden
ArchitectsReform Architects - part of Reflex (PS Arkitektur transformed into Reform 1st of Jan 2019)
CompletionSeptember 2016
SectorTech
Project typeModification/conversion
Gross floor area m22100
Number of employees150
Solutions
Lighting-
Flooring-
Acoustics-
Workspace Furniture-
Conference Furniture-
Lounge Furniture-
Greenery-
Technology-
Gastronomy-

Jury

Prof. Dr. Alexander Gutzmer
Editor-in-Chief, architecture magazine Baumeister
Bernd Wagner
CEO, USM U. Schärer Söhne GmbH
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christine Kohlert
Managing Director RBSGROUP
Prof. Rudolf Schricker
Interior Architect, Professor at Coburg University
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