Vinted Vilnius Office / DO Architects

Vinted Vilnius Office / DO Architects

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Text description provided by the architects. The office of Vinted Vilnius is located in Naujamiestis, an area that attracts people who love the urban lifestyle.

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Ground floor plan
Ground floor plan

The main entrance to the Vinted office is formed from Naugarduko Street, and it is not a typical entrance. It is accessed by the green pedestrian path on Naugarduko Street – the metal doors lead you to the terrace on Vinted Street, from where you enter the main representative office space.

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As you step into the first floor space, you see all of the social life going on at Vinted. The main common area is 1500 m² and includes a wide variety of functions – cafe-bar, library, cafe, kitchen, gym, leisure bar, intimate corners.

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Typical floor plan
Typical floor plan
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The four Vinted floors are connected by a spiral staircase open to the main interior circulation. Work floors were created by activity-based office ideas, where separate and specialized spaces are created for many purposes or tasks. Each floor begins with its own gathering space, from which movement takes place in two circles.

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The work areas are separated by a quieter aisle, in which we have provided semi-closed team work rooms. We have found that people are more productive when working in teams of up to 15 people. Having a confined space but not fully enclosed allows you to create your own internal regulations, just like with your family.

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The main design driver for the interior atmosphere was the Vinted philosophy itself and the environment in which the new office is located. The Vinted motto “Make the first choice second hand” has led to the use of bare plasterboard walls, unpainted raw metal stairs, industrial fixtures made of natural aluminum. We have tried to use a lot of recycled or natural materials, easily renewable, sofas, armchairs, chandeliers and cabinets to resuscitate these objects for a second life. We are happy to have found all of these items in Lithuania, and most of these pieces of furniture are already a heritage of Lithuanian design.

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