Novartis decided to entirely revamp the way they worked, both physically and culturally, by transforming their 8 conventional offices into 20 dynamic, open-office work areas. Those were then grouped into three sections, each with its own distinguished class of workstyle: social, work, and quiet. The 2,000-square-foot space became a synergetic work area, fostering the ideas of collaboration and communication.
Frosted glass throughout the space encourages fluidity and an open-space concept, keeping the uniformity of the culture while still connecting the different gathering areas. The neutral color palette of browns and crèmes provided a stylish balance between contemporary and professional culture. Smaller, intimately shaped gathering areas accommodate more casual or private meetings. The open-office concept draws employees out of individual work areas, encouraging a more collaborative and communicative work style.
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