Workland, the largest operator of fully serviced offices and coworking spaces in the Baltic States, is opening the doors of its 6th centre in Lithuania. The newest location is the Vilnius business district, business centre "3 Burės", located at 25 Lvivo Street. The office space is already over 70% occupied.
Flexible office spaces are gaining popularity.
Over the past year, many companies have revised their office lease agreements and are moving towards more considerable flexibility by choosing fully serviced offices.
"We see the desire to make more efficient use of office space, especially as remote work and hybrid work are a part of the working culture. The role of the office space is becoming more varied as every team has a different working style and dynamics. It's not anymore just small enterprises that join coworking spaces; also bigger corporations are switching to flexible serviced office concept," comments Indrek Hääl, the founder and CEO of Workland, the changing trends in the Baltic market.
"Observing the needs of customers, the new centre has a colourful and bright design, with a lot of natural daylight - each office has large windows offering panoramic views of Vilnius' cityscape. We have designed the workspace to support any work style - be it teamwork, focused work in a quiet area, or informal with casual chats or breaks; there are also many private phone booths across the centre for all those calls and video meetings - everyone will find what they need for a productive day," comments Laura Panovienė, Head of Operations at Workland in Lithuania.
According to Markas Grinevičius, the architect of the new office centre, the NOARCHITECTS team aimed to create an office design that is best suited for work - where people can concentrate or find a comfortable space to take a break. In the office, people do not want to be distracted by noise or lack of ventilation. Special attention is paid to ergonomics and user comfort so everyone can find a suitable, unique space, say the architects.
M. Grinevičius marked that the design was inspired by the Vendée Globe's regatta of soloists worldwide, demonstrating inspiring human strength and motivation - so Workland members at the centre would feel inspired, courageous and secure - like captains standing behind the wheel of a business.
"When designing the interior of the new Workland Bures, we thought of the members of this community who reminded us of the captains of sports yachts - inspiring personalities with exceptional qualities in a wide range of professional fields. Therefore, in the interior of Workland, we created associations in the yachts of the participants of the sports race: we combined synthetic and natural materials and bright technical elements - the details of the sports yacht. In this way, we combined the high-tech environment with elegance, confidence with inspiration."- Comments Markas Grinevičius.
According to the architect of Workland Bures, the most important spaces are designed to be easily accessible to members - a spacious open kitchen with a large island, meeting rooms of various sizes and lounges. In addition, phone booths for all the calls, height-adjustable work desks and many offices of all sizes are designed to enhance the community experience. The materials were also selected according to people's needs - to be pleasant to touch, durable and reflect a sense of quality environment.
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