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This Black and Yellow Office Space Prioritizes Collectivity

 - Jul 9, 2016
References: delessard & officesnapshots
It is not just the stark colors of this black and yellow office that make it stand out.

Designed by 'Jean de Lessard -- Designers Creatifs' for the wireless LED technology company 'PixMob,' this office was built around the concept of "spatial recycling." In an effort to conserve and maintain the structure's prior function as a textile factory, the designers kept and designed wood and high ceilings to reflect the building's original purpose. The space has 45 workstations and only a handful of closed offices to ensure collectivity and collaboration. The black and yellow office was not designed with those colors on a whim -- they represent the "vibratory principle" of sound waves.

By contrasting the purpose of this tech company with traditional wooden elements in its office while still maintaining some references to technology, the designers have created an interesting and distinctive juxtaposition.