The design of this office for a high tech firm provides space for collaboration and the creative process. Moses Building by Shed. Photography by Benjamin Benshneider.
There are six private office pods that form an entry hall and look out to the work area.
A 48 foot long work table with an adjacent writable wall board accentuates the depth of the existing historic warehouse space.
Using a limited palette of plywood, writable laminate, asphalt plank flooring, aluminum, glass, and steel; spatial components are crafted for their purpose.
A 32 foot long work counter with a writable surface separates work and meeting spaces and provides space for informal gathering and collaboration.
New crisp modern interventions contrast with the existing historic building context.
A new high tech office designed for collaboration