What was once a large storage room was converted to a commons area that includes a coffee and pastry shop, a mezzanine of gathering space, and a large outdoor seating area.
The goals for the project were to reduce bottle-necking as members left the auditorium and also encourage fellowship and discussion. Thus making this project a great example of how architectural design solutions can be used to overcome facility and traffic flow challenges in public spaces.
Polished concrete, painted brick, reclaimed wood, and metal, alongside exposed steel and natural white oak make this space a fusion of industrial and minimalist chic styles. Soft leather furniture, white subway tile, and the greenery of the outdoors soften the space making it a perfect place to enjoy conversations with friends and colleagues.
fusion of industrial and minimalist
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Nina M. Scott
President/CEO DS Research