client CANON producition printing Netherlands
assignment Concept + design new head office Canon + innovative work environment | Breeam Excellent
architect building BroekBakema
interior architect M+R interior architecture
way finding M+R interior architecture
realization June 2020
The new office building for the CANON Production Printing Netherlands headquarters "Green Landmark", designed by BroekBakema architects, is based on the Kyosei philosophy of Canon: living and working together for the common good.
Green, public spaces, the so-called "Green Plazas", connect employees and visitors. These spaces are interconnected and always linked to two office floors, arranged as an inner garden and function as the central meeting place. They form the connecting link between work areas within the new head office.
The interior and the innovative working environment are designed in close collaboration with the users and M+R interior architecture during various work sessions. For the development of the innovative work areas, M+R used, among other things 3D models; the employees were asked to shape the ideal working environment of tomorrow.
In addition to the innovative working environment, M+R has designed the representative spaces such as the restaurant; meeting rooms; the meeting center and an auditorium with a capacity of 170 people. M+R also signs for the "customer journey, the corporate identity and signposting of the entire site and the head office, the theme past; present and future are translated into the building. For example, there will be a museum presentation and a complete plan for Canon's art collection.
After completion, the new building has 15,500 m2 of innovative working environment.
M+R has secured a solid place on the Sheremetyevo Airport shortlist for international design agencies. After the realization of the award winning Rublev business Lounge and the VIP lounge in 2018, our agency was asked to participate in the competitions for the extension of the C terminal. M+R was selected from a number of agencies to design two business lounges: Malevich and Chagall.
The new office building for the CANON Production Printing Netherlands headquarters "Green Landmark", designed by BroekBakema architects, is based on the Kyosei philosophy of Canon: living and working together for the common good. Green, public spaces, the so-called "Green Plazas", connect employees and visitors.
The Kennedy Tower in Eindhoven is one of the HERE headquarters worldwide. M+R has designed a complete office concept for the new organization, including the look & feel and corporate design of the offices, such as the color palette; wayfinding; photo use etc.
M+R interior architecture won the assignment for the lounge design after an international competition. The lounge is about 1.900 square meters and has a capacity of 385 seats and is located in the new extension of the terminal C on Sheremetyevo International Airport Moscow.
M+R has been selected as an architect for the renovation, redesign and partial restoration of three monumental canal houses in Amsterdam for Richemont.
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M+R interior architecture is represented in the exhibition.
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