Servier Hellas

Project title:

Servier Hellas


Athens, Greece




in 2016

Servier Hellas

A&M was assigned to plan and design the new Servier Hellas offices, a space of 1.050 M2 composed by 2 wings, that are connected by the lobby and entrance.  The general layout pushed all workstations along the perimeter of the building to maximize natural light and ventilation while leaving a unified core element in the center of the plan. The center core formed cutout spaces for short casual meetings as well as phone booth spaces, training room and kitchenette areas all under a specific color coding to easily recognize the function of each room. Meeting rooms signage, were also differentiate by the A&M graphics team giving colors and identities through historic names and medical symbolisms inspired by the theme of “Life – Research - Therapy”.