SCHLUMBERGER environment branding
Creating a training experience while

Schlumberger began its chip card activities in February 1979 when it licensed and marketed certain chip card technologies developed and patented by roland Moreno, who is generally credited with the invention of the chip card. Schlumberger developed the first telephone chip cards for France Telecom and the Swedish telecommunications operator Telia in the early 1980s. The company developed ties with telecommunications operators around th world and, as a result, played a role in industry-wide efforts to develop new digital mobile communication standards, particulary the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) system. Schlumberger designed its first SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card in the early 1990s for the launch of GSM in Europe, and this led to the use of microprocessor card technology as an access and security solution for mobile telephony worldwide. By the end of 2012 SIMs had been installed in over 3 billion handsets, more than 5 billion SIMs were sold during the year.
  • Creating a training experience while beautify the office
  • Creating a training experience while beautify the office
  • Creating a training experience while beautify the office
  • Creating a training experience while beautify the office
Objective

Objective

To design an environment that aids training people about the products and heritage of the organisation and beautifying the office interiors at the same time. To use each floor as a different learning experience. Visitor corridor to showcase heritage and employee corridors to be a learning gallery.

Solution

Solution

HR Trainings have a new feature. The training walks- Walks around the 4th floor will familiarize you to the organisations origins and evolution. A walk around the 3rd floor will transport you to see the process of digging an oil well. The kayak and ski placed to bring alive the Tundra region where explorations happen. The innovation corner has transformed to a tool for idea sharing.