98point6, a healthcare app that offers on-demand diagnosis and treatment options through a secure messaging platform, recently purchased office space on the 25th floor of the Columbia Center in Seattle. To create a fresh and inviting design for the space that inspires creativity, 98point6 tapped Best Practice Architecture and Architect of Record Marvin Yamaguchi.
Rather than using the neutral tones that are typically seen in medical buildings, the design firms opted for bright hues of blue, green and orange, which were used in contrast to hues of white and gray to provide a cheery ambiance without being overwhelming. With plenty of natural light available, the office space utilizes and open-concept design that helps it to spread throughout the different work areas.
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