When the pioneering subtitling company decided to expand, its managers chose to include the new subsidiary inside the existing offices in Raoul Wallenberg St. in Ramat Hachayal. A large part of the central space was therefore turned into a cutting-edge screening room and used for color and sound correction.
The redesigning of the space spared no cost in order to guarantee comfortable working conditions, while ensuring that every office has a window. All windowless areas are used for functions that do not have a special need for natural light.
The communal area, including the entrance and hallways, was refurbished accordingly. The counter at the entrance, the high quality parquet floor, the specially designed acoustic ceiling, the lights and the unique doors all create a comfortable and interesting space.
At the entrance to the large screening room we built a pleasant foyer, in which staff can relax during their long working hours.
The room, that provides facilities for the international film industry, was designed to be practical, built according to acoustic demands and at the same time be modern and inviting.
The screening room was covered in various acoustic covers, all painted black. Special furniture was added: A work surface for different devices, a huge (longer than 4 meters) sofa and hidden lighting elements.
The adjoining video editing room was designed using the same materials. Both rooms create a uniquely designed professional complex, a first of its kind in Israel.
AREA: 200 M2
Photographer: Shy Adam