Colour as a Communication Tool

Colour Boost

In designing the 4,200-square-metre work world, we deliberately incorporated the variety colours and striking colour combinations of the packaging. The conference room, for example, is dedicated to the cocoa class from Nicaragua and is executed in vivid turquoise and yellow, while the Honey-Salt-Almond meeting room is appropriately dominated by orange tones.

. The bold colour blocking on the floor, wall and ceiling not only refers directly to the boldness of the brand, but also creates colour codes that serve as orientation and identification.

High-contrast colour splits, which divide rooms into vertical or horizontal areas, for example, create additional spatial dynamics and give the various situations an appropriate framework. Bridging colours in more subtle nuances complement these strong accent colours and, through the use of different textures, enter into harmonious symbiosis within the space.