Friday, May 29, 2009
Panic, Inc a software development firm seeking Holst Architecture to design their workspace and gallery. The idea of the workspace reflects the mantra of "creating a design that was fun. but not zany...."cool" but not austere" . The work studio using open concept is supplied with controlled lighting while the gallery has skylights which open to the sky. the 7500 sf open plan is subdivided by a series of folding, flipping planes . The planes are laser-cut birch plywood which are able to filters light, views and create a warm environment for the firm.