San Francisco-based startup company Slack opened a new work space in Toronto that features a revolutionary office design.
Dubbeldam Architecture and Design completed the space for the communication app company, making a one of a kind space for work. The space was made to reflect the company's relationship with technology, set in a former knitting factory in the heart of downtown Toronto. The three story interior was redesigned to meet every need of the tech company. By using a 'Threads of Communication' concept, the design team created linear geometries in the entire space, with angular light fixtures and colored networking cables.
This new revolutionary office design for Slack aims to promote a positive work area, and inspire everyone who visits.