Microsoft Romania Office Interior Design

The local headquarter of the biggest software producer is a big, creative and very colorful space. “Workspace Advantage” is how the company calls the concept of attempting to functionally use as much space as possible from a certain building. Microsoft Romania rented 2.450 sq meters in the southern tower of the City Gate building. That space can accommodate up to 190 employees, even though there are offices for only 121. The company moved in the new headquarter in January 2010 and it currently has 125-130 employees.

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This is possible because of the company’s policy that allows employees to also work from home or from the client’s or partner’s place. Another interesting fact is that the company is trying to implement a system that would require employees to change their workspace as frequently as possible. Around 60% of the employees often change their workplace while the others have a stable office. The headquarter features a restaurant area where employees can eat, 16 conference rooms as well as several rooms called “Phone Both” where employees can use their phones without disturbing the others.

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The company owns 150 parking spaces for employees as well as for visitors. Besides Microsoft, there are several other companies that own office spaces in the same building, for example Autoitalia, the Romanian importer of Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Ssang Yong, Maserati and Segway, as well as other companies like Rompetrol, Romtelecom or hoffman LaRoche.{found on wall-street romanian version}