The expansive, modernist rooms, with ample full-height glazing provide an open-concept feeling with excellent audio isolation.
There are many huddle spaces throughout the space, each with power and data. These also double as booths for joining a colleague for a lunch meeting.
With ultimate consistency, each of the basic meeting spaces is equipped with a TV, a local computer with video conferencing and network access, and an HDMI connection for laptop presentation.
The lunchroom is an open, bright and inviting facility that offers a TV for the Canucks game, and doubles as a large gathering space, where the TV is available for video presentation.
A smaller-sized, enclosed meeting room in the corner of the office, complete with 1960s inspired furniture. The wall behind the TV is clad in felt to help the acoustics in the room. Felt was employed throughout the space to help offset the acoustic reflectivity of the ample glazing.
A TV mount is being installed onto the sleek millwork, and an allowance for a control iPad sits at the left, awaiting its hardware.
This build took place during the gorgeous springtime in Vancouver, and offered some stellar views of downtown and Burrard Inlet.