||||||||||||Circular oculi connect the floors and encourage integration|The ‘coin’ stair took three months to install and required a structural column to be removed|The stairwell features bleachers that can accommodate office-wide meetings|The upper levels are connected by a perforated-metal spiral staircase|The top floor contains a bamboo-clad library ‘den’|Wieden+Kennedy’s work is highly collaborative and required a variety of meeting spaces|Soft seating for informal discussions|Ten-foot blackened steel tables for quick reviews|The 6th floor park for socialising and yoga classes|Blueberry bushes surround the outdoor park and are visible from the street|The multi-purpose gym encourages interaction and recreation with ping-pong and foosball||
23 Jun 2014

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