Innovation, conviviality and sobriety
RICOH France, the subsidiary of the Japanese company of the same name specializing in copying solutions, is taking a turn at the dawn of the new decade and is going digital. A transformation that translates into innovative solutions, but also new ways of working! To the offices allocated, now RICOH prefers open and interactive spaces for different times of the day. The goal of this organization 3.0? Valuing work, no longer as a place of passage, but as a demonstrating place of life with a singular identity.
|Miami Building, Rungis||November 2020||4 660m2||715||415||4 months||3 months|
Innovative solutions, rigorous choices at the service of uses, image places with frugal design that embody the RICOH culture, immersive journeys and a useful and resilient design... Here are the outlines that guided this project where the user experience contributes to the circulation of ideas and people, to innovate better collectively. A fluid and cross-flowing environment, giving pride of place to light, views and modularity, without frills where each element is in its rightful place, in a connected gallery spirit at controlled costs.
- Strategic framing
- Change Management
- Conception, design and signage
- Showroom design
- Assistance in the choice of furniture
- Completion of the construction as general contractor
"The evolution of the business has led the company to concentrate its workspaces on 3 floors compared to 7 previously, from an area of 11,000 square metres to 4,600 square metres. This refocusing was to be correlated with the strengthening of the sense of belonging of employees within the company and the ambition to create a living showroom" Mohamed Bouslama, Architect in charge of the project at Colliers France.
"This area includes a cafeteria, an agora, coworking tables, retreat spaces, and a genius bar with interactive displays for presentations. It is both the heart of the project's life and the starting point to reach the meeting rooms." Mohamed Bouslama, Architect in charge of the project at Colliers France