Barbarian Group office by Clive Wilkinson Architecture

By : Dennis Franklin | 21 Feb 2014 8:02 am | Offices

The Barbarian Group office is a project designed by the practice of Clive Wilkinson Architecture and located in New York offering an original work environment that is also highly efficient, featuring an enormous table that defines the spaces themselves.

The office spreads over a surface of 4400 square feet and the interior space is open with a long and continuous table that actually creates some of the areas and is able to seat up to 175 persons. The number of employees is currently 125, so there is sufficient space and the places where the table runs upwards are the collaborative areas and the community spots with a warmer color palette determined by the use of wood.

The interior is completed by chairs designed by Herman Miller Sayl and the table was created in Los Angeles using lasers to cut the low cost materials such as MDF and plywood. Once ready, the table was shipped and assembled on site.

 

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