At first glance, the new Jorgensen Engineering building appears low-key. But when entering the building, you literally step into the very heart of Jorgensen Engineering: the burning red/orange hall. Jorgensen Engineering has chosen an interior that underlines the company’s visual identity. They have chosen to let the red/orange colour of their logo dominate the interior decoration. A new corporate visual identity on both digital and press communication inspired Duba-B8’s interior architect Anne-Mette Warberg when asked to give a proposal on the interior planning of the new domicile. The cooperation between Jorgensen Engineering and Duba-B8 resulted in a fusion between Jorgensen Engineering’s visual identity and the physical room.
When Jorgensen Engineering first contacted Duba-B8, they had vision of greater openness and fewer walls between employees. Both formal and informal meeting places now have greater importance and thus are arranged physically to underline their functions. The employees’ base offices have been designed to improve the possibilities for dialogue among colleagues.
”A really inspiring process where both we and Duba-B8’s interior architect, Anne-Mette Warberg, mutually have contributed to the outcome”, says Jorgensen Engineering A/S Marketing Manager Jesper Johansen about the cooperation with Duba-B8 about the interior planning process.