A fast growing international IT consulting company with recent re-branding efforts was expanding into a bigger office. The interior layout and office program, including shape of the wall, was already determined. The task was to find a strategy for the 430’ wall with hoteling desks, that grab onto some of the most important public functions such as the reception area, conference room, workrooms, break room, and lounge.
The customized hotel desk prototypes are designed to hold functions such as storage, lighting, and power strips for temporary employee use, while adjusting to the scale and language of the 430’ wall.
The language of the hotel desks was applied over to the reception desk, headers and benches.
Project Designer under
Powers Brown Architecture
Role: The interior layout and office program, including shape of the wall, was already determined, I worked on the concept and design of the wall, desks, benches, reception desk and its immediate area.
Team: Jeffrey Brown, Design Principal; AJ Breneman, Designer; Megan Ebert, Project Manager; Dror Baldinger, Photography
Completed: January 2010