Tectonic office by Graham Baba Architects, Seattle – Washington

June 12th, 2017 by Camra’s blog

Tectonic, a digital experience design studio, desired an open workspace that satisfied their simple office requirements while simultaneously providing space for entertainment—a union of work and relaxation. The modest 2,738-square-foot office space is located on the fourth floor of a six-story, mixed-used building in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.

In addition to workstations, the office includes two conference spaces (one essentially a part of the larger office and another private option), as well as an entertainment area, symbolically raised two steps above the workstation level. The entertainment area includes a kitchen/bar, casual seating area including a sofa and occasional chairs, and access to the outdoor patio which affords territorial views to the neighborhood.

Architects: Graham Baba Architects
Architect in Charge: Jim Graham
Photographs: Rafael Soldi













http://www.archdaily.com/871383/tectonic-graham-baba-architects

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