Incredible Office of Evernote in California Made by Studio O+A

Technology companies are leading the trend of change in traditional offices with new type offices, to stimulate the creativity of employees and blurred space between work and play. Studio O+A has recently designed an amazing 80,000-square-foot office for Evernote, an online data storage company that allows its users to save and retrieve everything from Post-It notes to photographs to formal documents in the Cloud.

Thus the company’s logo was selected elephant – animals known for his phenomenal memory. Figurines of elephants has throughout all offices. Its office is located in Redwood City, California, USA. Business development company needed a bit more space and invited designers Studio O + A, which for a limited time to create spacious area.

The functional distribution – workstations occupy a lot of space, but there is a relaxation area and meeting places.In addition the center of the building where employees can eat and exchange ideas, the office has a conference room, a dining room and a few strategically located cafeterias and cafes. The reception station has its own coffee bar with a donut and pastry counter.

The floors are connected by a white ash staircase and it also provides step seating so that it is an informal gathering place among the many others spread through the building such as the ping-pong table, fitness center or snack and coffee counters.

 

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Tags: incredible office, office, office of evernote, studio o+a

Author: Ana Duovska

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''Some people look for a beautiful place, others make a place beautiful.''

 

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