We were requested to redesign a working space for a fresh thinking Tel-Aviv Visual Communication firm.
The central area is the heartbeat of the studio, with work stations manned by the Creative Team, opening up into a spacious kitchen area with seating space for meals and meetings, all of which incorporates an integrative and cooperative environment.
The managerial offices consist of floor to ceiling metal and glass dividers and are polygon shaped, creating a dynamic mood. The glass is partly transparent and partly opaque, giving off an interesting visual effect. The glass dividers allow penetration of daylight into the entire space.
The design includes practical storage cabinet systems, which serve as subtle room dividers.
It was clear to us that the space should include rough industrial as well as fine finish details.
Meticulous accessory detail, the blending of colors and materials as well as the open environment, all produce an interesting and unique work area.
CLIENT: ‘SRVC’ Studio
AREA: 88 M2
PHOTOGRAPHER: Yanai Deitsch