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The Monastery is the determine of this enterprise by Arild Eriksen, Joakim Skajaa of Eriksen Skajaa Architects for Netlife Analysis. Netlife wanted their new areas to actually really feel inventive, however provide areas for privateness, reflection and silence. Impressed by a monastery yard, the architects designed a brick and picket developing partition inside the center of a giant open office space that choices niches for crops and privateness, and residential home windows for air circulation. One of many niches outside incorporates a bench to sit and skim or loosen up.
The rest of the office is simple black and white with a inexperienced-themed lounge area, a hallway full of private niches for phone conversations, and workplaces with uplighting. The entire enterprise at first seems bizarrely disconnected, nevertheless there’s one factor very fascinating about each space.
Challenge Staff: Arild Eriksen, Joakim SkajaaCNC: PartikkelClient: Netlife Analysis / Thon EiendomLocation: Oslo, NorwayPhotos: Ivan Brodey