Cloud Room

Seattle, WA Seattle / United States / 2016

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The concept for Cloud Room posits that “the best office might not be an office at all.” Cloud Room provides a shared working environment and private member’s club enriched by the people who occupy it. The light-filled space creates opportunities for independence and provides people across a range of fields with the ability to connect and collaborate.


The sixth floor, 5,017-square-foot space consists of a large co-working area (with back-of-house support amenities) and a lounge that can be completely separated for use as a private event room. Glass-fronted conference and phone rooms are designed to reinforce the collaborative spirit while providing privacy. Office furnishings include a mix of simple standardized pieces (long work tables and seating) as well as an eclectic assortment of casual seating. The lounge features a wood- and mirror-faced bar with stools, sofas, and occasional furniture. The lounge adjoins a west-facing terrace punctuated with a fire pit for cool-weather socializing.


 
Design architect: Graham Baba Architects


Photography: Lara Swimmer, Rafael Soldi, and Tim Bies

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    The concept for Cloud Room posits that “the best office might not be an office at all.” Cloud Room provides a shared working environment and private member’s club enriched by the people who occupy it. The light-filled space creates opportunities for independence and provides people across a range of fields with the ability to connect and collaborate. The sixth floor, 5,017-square-foot space consists of a large co-working area (with back-of-house support amenities) and a...

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    • Year 2016
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Offices/studios
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