Identity My Career

My Career center

Overview
Task: to design an employment center.

My Career is a multi-disciplinary employment center of a new format. The center helps find a job, offers career counseling and training sessions and provides psychological help.

Interiors of the center encourage to change your life for the better.

The space is open and cozy at the same time. The design makes use of pleasant to the touch materials and cheerful colors.

Meeting tables are separated by small fabric-covered screens. The ceiling is adorned with unusual round acoustic panels that eliminate noise and bring the ceiling lower, adding a little more privacy

Areas for talking to the specialists are semi-enclosed allowing to have a calm and comfortable conversation.

Behind the curved partitions are comfortable chairs for visitors and desks for employees with good lighting.

Specially equipped workspaces are used to take tests and work on resumes.

Sofas and tables are available in the waiting area.

Couches in the computer-based test zone

The zones flow into each other, forming a single space. This layout creates an informal atmosphere for visitors to communicate with employees and each other.

The interiors have lots of plants that help define zones and create comfort.

Intelligently designed ramps, wide aisles and spacious elevators provide an accessible environment. Parents with strollers and people with disabilities can freely move around the floors.

There is a spacious multifunctional hall for public lectures and official events.

Floating light fixtures and exposed ceiling communications give the hall expressiveness and volume

Small lecture rooms are well suited for training sessions and seminars.

The corporate blue color scheme is brightened by green chairs and pattern elements on walls

The office area is markedly open and transparent.

Bright offices are located behind glass panels decorated with the corporate pattern.

Employees can rest on soft couches and in bean bag chairs.

Finishing makes active use of wood which creates a feeling of warmth and comfort.

The space is organized around a triangle atrium with a skylight that fills it with daylight. White surfaces create a beautiful contrast with wooden slatted ceiling that surrounds the glazing on every floor.

A user-friendly wayfinding system helps find your way around the center. Bright blue signs are located near elevator exits and at other important points.

The signs slightly wrap around corners and columns remaining visible from various angles.

Wayfinding lettering is done with individual letters cut out of colored acrylic glass.

Accent walls colored in corporate colors have prominent inspiring phrases on them.

Visitors are greeted by the large 3D name of the center which makes a great photo spot.

art director

  • Еrken Kagarov

chief architect

  • Oleg Stukalov

visualizer

  • Dmitry Cherednikov

architects

  • Anton Glazunov
  • Anastasiya Sazonova
  • Anastasiya Kardash
  • Svetlana Krinochkina

designers

  • Igor Gorelyshev
  • Valery Tolchanov
  • Alena Pylaeva
  • Pavel Zyumkin

project managers

  • Anna Skoroglyadova
  • Galina Volynets
  • Alina Bazhenova
  • Olga Pismerova
Made in 90 days
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