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This centre for excellence gives hospitality inspired look

The Centre for Excellence (CoE), Gartner’s largest office globally has been designed by Space Matrix, a leading multinational workplace design and building consultancy, to ensure a workspace that offers a perfect mix of collaborative and social spaces as well as thoughtfully crafted focused work zones and quiet areas and a seamless brand experience.

Experiential working alongside recreation has been emphasized in the new office. A luxe, hospitality-inspired look and feel carries through the entire office and is a great reflection of the brand’s global appeal. The design elements and color palette offer consistency to the office interiors across all floors. Walking through the space, you will see a lot of wood tones, natural marble and stone textures, and soothing blue, grey, and aqua hues. Yet, one can see design variations too, through patterned rugs, hand-finished tiles, and Mandala motifs that all change in tone and texture while still staying within the color family. Apart from offering variations, these patterns and motifs also bring a touch of the local aesthetics to the space.

The CoE can also boast of having the ‘cleanest air in India’, more proof of Gartner’s commitment towards the wellbeing of their employees. The office has been designed to include RESET(c) certified centralized and decentralized air purification systems and IAQ monitors for real-time visibility of indoor air quality. Planters, green walls, and other biophilic elements were also introduced to improve air quality and mimic the outdoors so as to reduce stress and elevate productivity levels. This LEED- and WELL-certified workplace has been designed in a way that every workstation has a good exterior view and healthy exposure to sunlight and biophilic elements. This enabling approach is evident even in the human-centric lighting fixtures and daylight and occupant sensors.

Even the lighting fixtures have been aligned to the natural circadian system and visual comfort through daylight and occupant sensors, smart lighting fixtures etc. Such simple yet impactful additions can lead to a 23 per cent increase in alertness and a 19 per cent increase in work performance. To make this CoE, a unique and highly-efficient workspace, Space Matrix has used the best of technology and signature Indian imprint through patterned rugs, hand-finished tiles, and Mandala motifs by bringing a touch of the local aesthetics to the space.

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