- Could they make daily work more fun simply by changing physical spaces into creative havens?
A lightbulb when off in Steve’s head who proceeds to suggests that they have floor to ceiling mirrors installed in both rooms on opposite walls, and paint only half of each owl. The mirrors would reflect the half owl back, completing the animal while looking like the room had been doubled in size. From outside the rooms, the viewer would only see a single complete owl made of two halves.
- Two days into painting, their our beloved cat Willow stopped eating and drinking, and quickly began to quickly deteriorate. After an immediate transport to the vet’s ICU unit and an overnight, she was later sent home with a meager outlook. Between tears and trips to the vet, we were able to care her back to health. (she lives on today.)
- On day three, our airbrush system began to malfunctions, spurting paint blobs instead of the intended smooth gradient. Steve adjusted techniques to account for the technical errors.
In the weeks following, much like Hootsuite’s Owl Eyes and Surfboard Feathers boardrooms, Sandy noticed their hopeful increase of boardroom bookings taking place in both spaces. We are thrilled to have helped create places that encouraged open collaboration and exploration among Hootsuite staff. We dedicate these rooms to our cat, Willow and her smooth recovery.