Squalio Offices – Riga

  • Client Squalio,
  • size 6,781 sqft
  • Year 2018
  • Location Riga, Latvia,
  • Industry Hardware / Software Development, Technology,
  • AARPUS has designed the offices for Squalio, an information technology company, located in Riga, Latvia.

    SQUALIO is an information technology company selling software and cloud service licences, providing consultations and support, as well as software inventory and audit services to its clients – both small companies and large organisations, for 20 years already.

    The leading motive of the interior concept is a link entwining at various levels – among people, computers, the global network, neurons of the human brain, as well as among the countries and – on a larger scale – planets, galaxies and the Universe. This link is presented by simple and easy-to-perceive graphic elements. The dot as a unit and a line as a link: a link establishing a uniform system, a uniform Universe.

    Interior is created in light, neutral shades with a few colour accents and black details as a contrast to the light, making the white even whiter.

    Contemporary visual language is used with a purpose to create attractive working conditions for both existing and potential employees. Modern design for the rapidly growing IT company directly helps to attract the best specialists in the field who appreciate the pleasant working environment. The comfortable and visually expressive working environment not only stays in the visitors’ memory but also facilitates the employees’ productivity.

    The new SQUALIO office is located in the very heart of Riga – at 21 Kr. Valdemāra street. The office space is 630 m2, hosting 61 working places, 6 different meeting rooms, as well as a recreation area. Premises are organised upon necessity – both as an open-type office and also as individual offices. Glass partition walls dominate in the interior, allowing the natural light to enter the premises, thus creating a sense of spaciousness.

    Interior Designer: Maris Vaza
    Photography: Maris Vaza