Initially, Paulig project had a total of 20 very different meeting and presentation areas, but since then, the number has increased to just over thirty. In 2012-2013, Presson renovated all meeting rooms, presentation solutions and the lobby’s video wall. The Paulig Museum is the only area that remained in it’s original state.
The starting point for the design was to create a meeting environment consisting of four elements: 1) cost-effectiveness, 2) stylish interior, 3) easy-to-use AV, and 4) technology with long EOL. After a long contemplation period, a VAKIO meeting room was created. This idea has been replicated to several DNA sites from Helsinki to Oulu.
“The general atmosphere is almost even enthusiastic - I’ve had to say ‘calm down and stick to the plan’ so that things don’t get out of hand. There has been a little agitation in the air after one area has been successfully updated, all other areas should be updated immediately.” says Jussi Domin.
"In my opinion, the best experience is to bring someone new to the meetingroom and see how he tries to connect his computer in to the device. He looks around and finds that there is no presentation technique in this meetingroom. At that time, you can just on the slily push the button and see the reaction in his face. It's like a little joke."- CEO Jouni Puhakka