On April 16th we embarked on a new mission to boldly go where no company has gone before. As one of our team's favorite TV series, Star Trek gets its own tribute room to remind us of this endless journey of exploration and adventure.
Here, we’re outside the starship, in space, looking back over the Andromeda Galaxy, situated at 2.5 million light years from the Earth.
The Andromeda Galaxy
This room is inspired after the officers’ deck on a starship and decorated all in green. Orion is also known as one of the easiest constelations to recognize, no matter where you are based on Earth.
The Officers' Deck
This tribute room is dedicated to the SF novel with the same name signed by Frank Herbert, one of the most popular and probably most appreciated story of its kind in the SF literature history. The artwork is also the work of our remote colleague in Cluj Napoca – Andrei Moldovan – graphic designer at HAC! comic book.
The code must flow!
On April 16th we embarked on a new mission to boldly go where no company has gone before. As one of our team’s favorite TV series, Star Trek gets its own tribute room to remind us of this endless journey of exploration and adventure.
Tribute room dedicated to one of our favourite TV series
The walls host pictures of the 5 Enterprise captains from the 5 series:
James T. Kirk (William Shatner), Star Trek (1966-1969)
Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart), Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994)
Benjamvin Sisko (Avery Brooks), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999)
Kathryn Janeway (Kate Mulgrew), Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001)
Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula), Enterprise (2001-2005)
The Captains are all here
When your a team is passionate about music and you also have your own band to prove it, you cannot and must not miss the chance to dedicate one small meeting room to the one and only King!
What's your favorite band? Was it also inspired by The King?
This room was imagined as a symbol for our drive to innovate, for our courage to explore uncharted territories, whether it’s business, technology, society or the universe itself. And for that, we have our own icon: the Zitruvian man/girl, hiding symbols such as the Vulcan salute, coffee – our main source of energy -, a White Rabbit – follow it here – and, of course, a keyboard, as we believe he who controls the code, controls the universe.
Innovation Access: Granted
Here you can zoom out from what we know as the Solar System and all the way to what we call the entire observational universe. It reminds us that no matter how much we’ve accomplished, how much we learn and change, it’s important that we always remember our real dimension in the Universe.
The twin room for Stellar
These escape pods are ready to welcome you whenever you feel like reading something, taking a nap or just escaping your workstation for a few minutes. And they work like a charm, come & try them!
Read, sleep, work or just relax?
Our old Fun Room, only upgraded, so now we can play foosball, ping pong, pinball, video games, play the electronic drums, have a go at the workout corner or just relax on one of the couches. We even have movie festivals and boardgame nights happening here. Pay us a visit!
Let the games begin!
We often get competitive, so we host various competitions over the year, be it foosball, ping pong, video games or board games.
We're always ready to play
This is a socializing space, with a real bar, where you can enjoy our own beer – White Rabbit – after work or during the parties in our office. Friends are welcome, too!
Cafeteria & chill
The ceiling has a view into space, on the North America nebula, to be more precise.
Our imagination should be up there!
Whether you’re here for lunch, for a short meeting or just to hang out with some colleagues over a cup of coffee while discussing this week’s tech trends, enjoy the view!
You're basically one glance away from the Universe
The Great Outdoors
This is where you can relax in the hammock or in one of the rocking chairs, read something while enjoying your tea or just have a quick meetup with your team.
Hammock or something more like a rocking chair?
The Great Outdoors
Make no mistake, this is nature itself taking over what’s left of a Klingon starship. Look carefully, there are some hidden gems around. This space is for you to relax your mind and your body and, for that, we used dehydrated moss and hand-made rust.
Oh, the great outdoors... but indoors!
This room was inspired by a comic that is a re-imagining of the Romanian fairy tale, “The Story of Harap Alb” by Ion Creangă. The story tells the adventures of Harap Alb, a prince from a faraway land, and his odd companions, each with a superpower.
The graphics were done especially for our office by the artist himself – Andrei Moldovan – and it took about 10 days to create, during which Andrei worked for 12 to 14 hours a day!
Inspired by HAC!, the Romanian comic book published by HAC!BD
This room was inspired by one of our favorite Romanian comic books: Neverdie, a SciFi version of what we Romanians know as Petre Ispirescu’s “Tinerețe fără bătrânețe și viață fără de moarte”.
In this story, a post-apocalyptic prince is riding his space bike through space, along with Zina and a robot monitor. The graphics were done especially for our office by the artist himself – Bogdan Chelaru – who created the art for the series. You can buy the comic book online from supererou.ro
Inspired by Neverdie, the Romanian comic book published by HAC!BD
A really small meeting room built with Romanian Praid salt and decorated with Himalayan salt in a Space Invader shape, to remind us of one of the first and most famous shooting games.