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Goal for this office space –

Maximize natural light.  Keep design minimal, functional, and well-styled.

Traditional corporate spaces can be so mundane.  Dull or harsh flourescent lighting.  Bad carpeting reminiscant of a cheap hotel.  Dated upholstery.  Vinyl windows.   The list goes on.

In all the common areas the orginal poorly lit office ceiling was peeled back to expose concrete.  This gave us an extra 24″ of open ceiling space.  Concrete beams painted dark to offset the newly exposed ceiling.  Floor-to-ceiling 9ft glass walls were installed in the conference room and individual offices with optional roll down shades installed for privacy.  Custom architectural wallpaper paried with a ping-pong table in the conference room…..a reminder not to take work too seriously.  Cubicles alongside panoramic windows because people are happier when exposed to natual light (duh).

Pre-construction BEFORE and AFTER shots of 2,600 square foot space

Conference Room

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Kitchenette

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Entrance from Reception desk

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Common area

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