designed the new Gartner Innovation Center in Tel Aviv with a young startup feel. The office is located in a 100 year old building which lent itself to the employees working in a fairly open environment with some smaller, more private areas for concentration.
They brought in new, innovative ideas to the traditional space to coincide with the company itself. Parts of the original structure are kept and merged along with newer furnishings, like lighting, 3D printed objects, and geometric design elements.
Bright colors and quirky elements were incorporated, like old bicycles becoming a table base.
While most employees will spend their time at their desk, they included things like chairs with high backs and sides for more privacy.
One of the smaller spaces designed for collaboration between a few employees.
And then this awesome place to work privately!