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    Transformation of a 14,000sf ground floor space outside of the Raleigh-Durham Airport into a bustling office for a growing international technolo… Read More
    Transformation of a 14,000sf ground floor space outside of the Raleigh-Durham Airport into a bustling office for a growing international technology company. Read Less
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Pliskin Architecture, together with Tina Barnard Designs, recently completed work on the new offices for a data security company in an office park outside of Raleigh–Durham International Airport (RDU).
 
Recent photos by Liam Frederick give a sneak peak to this colorful intervention in a 14,000sf ground floor space. Leveraging tall ceilings (as high as 14′ in certain areas), the office draws employees through a series of public spaces, and encourages encounters across teams, through both formal and informal gathering settings. From a dedicated play area in the break-room (including both video games on a 70″ screen and old arcade games) to meeting rooms that abandon a corporate feel and adopt a residential vocabulary, the ground is set for a workplace environment that fosters a new office culture for the company’s growing presence in North Carolina. Custom graphics by Forrest Jessee compleminet custom furnishing by Bull City Designs, to create a space like no other.