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Banco BAI Europa

Projecto: Vector Mais
Área: 1.100 m2
Local: Lisboa

Standing on the 12th floor of Tower 3 in Amoreiras, Banco Angolano de Investimentos’ office has one of the best locations in the city, with direct views to the Tagus River and Monsanto. However, as we enter the new facilities of the bank’s Portuguese branch, it is the interiors that capture our attention. Featuring a custom-made project, the office stands out for its elegance, serenity and the use of high-quality materials, offering an inspirational place to employees.
Vector Mais was in charge of the design and building, including engineering, technical installations, interior architecture and supply of the furniture and lighting.

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“The new facilities now have a modern, bold and appealing architecture. Our offices are today a source of inspiration, innovation and a place of growth for our human resources”. Banco BAI Europa

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“The move of Banco BAI Europa to the new facilities has brought us the challenge of developing a home-office concept for a privileged space, flooded with natural light and with a clear view of the river and the city of Lisbon.
To positively surprise employees and promote synergy in this new phase of the institution's life, contemporary solutions have been implemented, from a formal, aesthetic and functional point of view, with the aim of creating a comfortable and stimulating environment. A soft color palette was selected for the materials, panelling and furniture, rich in textures and punctuated by shades of blue, variants of the corporate color. The combination of these elements with the decorative lighting and notes in wood, brass and stone, contributed to reinforce the distinct and serene character of the environment.
Throughout the process, the ongoing dialogue with the client, and the commitment and trust placed by him, have been an essential contribution to the final outcome of the project”.
Vera Lucena, Vector Mais.

Some of the products used in the project: