Bold colour blocking and biophilia energize this Ottawa co-working space
Project: GC Workplace Co-working Pilot Project
LWG Design Team: David Gibbons, ARIDO; Melanie Tracey, ARIDO; Kalmn Simmons, Intern, ARIDO
One of five Co-Working Pilot Projects built in the National Capital Area to provide a flexible, drop-in workspace for civil servants that are predominantly teleworking. This unassigned work environment provides an entire office ecosystem to support all the typical activities that occur in a normal workday, from heads-down space to areas for collaboration and everything in between. Our design includes bold colour blocking and biophilic elements.
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You’d never guess this sleek office is for a dairy co-op
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