BICOM Communications is a Canadian PR agency that has been looking for someone to design brand new creative office spaces. It turns to Montreal designer Jean de Lessard, requesting an inspiring office for 24 employees and an environment to house a diverse set of personalities. The wide-open space has received an overhaul that includes house-like pods to help define work zones.
The result is a wonderful sense of energy and a design that organizes the controlled chaos of an open-plan space. With 4500 square feet to cover, the office needs to work for the current number of employees as well as future expansion.
Private offices are just as important to the design as areas for social interaction between colleagues. So the design is fun, functional and sophisticated.
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