The Monoliths: Adaptive Path’s Interior Design

“Ever since Adaptive Path moved into its current location several years ago, we've been updating the industrial space to better reflect how we use it

“Ever since Adaptive Path moved into its current location several years ago, we’ve been updating the industrial space to better reflect how we use it and how we work. Which is to say, spaces for raging parties with hundreds of people to intimate places for individuals to cry in (‘The Crying Room’). And whiteboards. Lots of whiteboards. Last year, we rennovated the upstairs space, creating a second floor for conference rooms and creative space. One room that was created, however, was quite large–almost too large. It wasn’t inviting to work there; it was like brainstorming in an airline hangar. Enter our patient, brilliant architects, Bruce Tomb and Tanja Pink.”


Related Posts:

Tips for Live Sketching in Virtual Meetings

Investing in Innovation: One Day, Every Month

Use Journals to Introduce Culture and Accelerate Onboarding

Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE