Case Study

Google Campus Warsaw

Architects: Massive Design
Contractors: Dyskret and PB MAX-BUD Ryszard Maślanka
Country: Poland


Modern startup space

This is where history meets modernity – Google Campus Warsaw is a one-of-a-kind, unique, modern interior in an old, restored building of the Koneser Centre in the Praga District. Formerly a vodka factory – now it's used as a startup space. It is only the fifth facility of its kind in the world. Others are located in Tel Aviv, London, Seoul and Madrid.


Industrial style open office with acoustic ceilings

Google’s international startup community is designed to provide entrepreneurs with the contacts, resources and opportunities they need to grow their businesses.
RIGIPS was the contractor for the interior finishing of the project.

The biggest challenge was the GYPTONE BIG monolithic perforated ceiling, whose main task is to provide excellent acoustic comfort both in open-space offices and in microscopic so-called phone-boxes. 


Industrial style open office with acoustic ceilings

The construction of the ceilings required a great deal of skill on the part of the contractors and a great deal of imagination on the part of the architect. The effect is delightful. In addition, Gyptone BIG boards are made with Active Air technology, which reduces the concentration of formaldehyde in the air.