One of the last pieces for the office we designed in Paris was installed last week – an undulating partial-height acoustic divider that breaks up one breakout space into 3 smaller, quieter meeting spaces. The office, designed in Collaboration with Atelier 208, was completed over the summer, with a few pieces remaining to be installed.
The photos, by Atelier 208, follow the install of six prefabricated unique pieces, crafted by Rennes-based millworker AMC, and assembled on site over the course of four hours.
The wall adds additional functionality to an already rich space, while limiting distractions to teams located in its proximity. Informal meetings, briefings, and calls can occur in tandem to other work on the floor, while adding a visual focal point at the southern end of the space.
With construction underway on our first project in Paris, a pleasant side effect is a growing Parisian Album, assembled of urban moments and snapshots that have been captured throughout our social media feeds.
With construction of the office designed by our NY team with the help of the Parisian crew of Atelier 208 nearing its end, I took a moment and looked through some of the photos that have accumulated on Pliskin Architecture’s Instagram page.
These photos formed a sort of retroactive Parisian Album – moments captured on the streets (and train tracks, and airports) of Paris once onsite meetings wrapped up.
Work has begun on our new office project in Paris, and quite honestly, we’re excited. The space was designed in collaboration with Atelier 208 in Paris, and once complete, will be the home for the local team of an international technology company. This is will be Pliskin Architecture’s first built project outside of the US, and the Paris construction team is scheduled to complete the space by the end of May 2017.
Demolition has begun in the space, and old infrastructure is being pulled out of hte access floors across the space to make room for new technology that will cover the space.
The future site of the reception area is being cleared to make room for a translucent wall that will both feature the latest news regarding the company and its clients, as well as hint at the work being conducted immediately behind it.
Photos: Atelier 208