Your company is your primary shop window. For your staff, your customers and your suppliers.
As soon as they arrive in your entrance hall, your visitors get a first impression of who you are and what you represent. They just have to pass through your offices, meeting rooms or cafeteria once to get this perception embedded for good.
Good design of space, highlighting your Corporate Branding and your Identity will be the best message to give to all your partners.
GLOBAL, with its specialised Designers and Graphic Artists, will help you to develop this quality which will set you apart.
Moving head office was an opportunity for Beiersdorf (Nivea, Eucerin etc.) to design spaces which matched the company’s image. GLOBAL opted to create a look and feel directly inspired by their product packaging. Flagship product visuals were highlighted to go even further in the branding of the premises.
Thalys’ request to open up and lay out small, 100-200 m² offices close to the country’s large stations for train attendants. GLOBAL started from the elements which define Thalys’ identity to create the layouts. The curves of the train’s fuselage, the red of the logo, images and screens were all used…
When they moved to the low-energy Solaris building, the legal firm NautaDutilh Brussels wanted to adopt a fashionable image while following an energy-efficient approach. GLOBAL’s task was to produce the maximum effect on a restricted budget in a very short time-frame. The imposing reception area, located within an atrium opening out onto the countryside, was a key element of the project.
Transform the head office of the electricity transmission services operator by breaking down and improving its Smart Ways of Working concept.
At the time of the merger of the private banks Degroof and Petercam, GLOBAL’s task was to completely rethink the working spaces in order to meet the need for increased space.
To undertake an overall discussion for a more structured approach to Safran Aero Boosters' office spaces. And do so in line with its brand image.
To open up and lay out small 100-200 m² offices close to the country's major stations for train attendants.
Its 27 staff were working in an open-plan office space, partitioned in the old fashion way by cabinets. An antiquated working environment to be completely reorganised.
When moving into the low-energy Solaris building, the legal firm wanted to review its way of working.
The legal firm wanted to adopt an image more in line with the times - modern, elegant and functional.