Open plan and flexible workspaces have become the catchcry for contemporary office design. However, Sound Cloud, a tech company specialising in audio streaming services, not only achieves this criteria but also importantly produces a sound-friendly environment.
August 20th, 2015
At the Berlin office, the company’s headquarters, sound quality has been carefully fine-tuned by architectural practice Kinzo to create a variety of sound experiences. From the many private nooks, including a nap room, to the communal spaces, sound reins supreme. Sound absorptive materials such as sauerkraupt latte, a straw-like product, has been cleverly used on ceilings, as well as in the form of pendant lights.
For the best of sound, as well as seeing an engaging work environment, take a look at Sound Cloud in Indesign Issue 62, available on sale August 20.
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