DICE – Sweden’s Most Attractive Office 2016
The Swedish population and the jury have made their decision. Amidst tough competition, the accolade of Sweden’s Most Attractive Office 2016 went to video game developer DICE for its office in Stockholm. Input interior was involved, serving as project manager for delivery of the furniture as well as taking care of installation.
The competition for Sweden’s Most Attractive Office generated a record level of interest, with a total of 73 offices throughout the country being nominated. Almost 30,000 people subsequently voted for their top five before the jury selected DICE as the overall winner.
Best style, work environment and innovative approach
The purpose of the competition is to showcase the large number of attractive and smart offices that exist in Sweden. DICE was the entry that best fulfilled the criteria for style, work environment and innovative approach. The jury, headed by Gert Wingårdh, named DICE the winner, based on the following justification:
“An attractive office is primarily an office that suits and reflects the activity being conducted within – an office that enables the business to evolve. Companies that stand out should naturally have an office that stands out. This year’s winner exudes playfulness, creativity, innovation and courage. Courage to test new solutions that both visually and functionally reflect the company’s ambitions to be a world-leader at what they do. This is an office for a company willing and daring to go big.”
Input interior served as project manager for the delivery and carried out installation of the new furniture in the office, which was designed by Studio Stockholm Arkitektur. A large and exciting project with certain challenges.
“It has been a spectacular project. The environments are really great and DICE feels like a worthy winner. We have supplied the furniture floor by floor and the timetable for installation in certain sections of the office has been tight due to the large volume of technology being installed at the same time, but we handled it. DICE has continuously seen solutions and possibilities instead of obstacles,” says Elina Widegren, Project Manager at Input interior in Stockholm.