CORPORATE OFFICE / PARIS

Paris, France

This office interior, designed for an international corporate in 2017, is the tenth office that Tim Power Architects has executed for the company.

As in other projects for the corporate, Tim Power Architects choose a spatial organization which reflects the cultural values and working style of the company. The layout and organization, choice of fixtures, furniture systems and finishes is designed specifically to reflect the the companies history and corporate culture while striving to reflect their dedication to a more contemporary model of working, which is reflected in the projects use of lightness and open space to encourage teamwork.

The café, numerous break areas and team work areas are distributed throughout the office space providing ample room for informal conversations and to accommodate in-house discussions

Given the prolific use of collaborative workspaces, there are always times that call for confidentiality. Glazed conference rooms, meeting areas and phone booths  are spread across the open areas, allowing privacy and discretion when needed.

TP/A served as designer, project and construction manager, as well as providing complete contractor and procurement roles for this turn key solution.

* Client withheld the right to keep their details confidential.

Location: Paris, France
Year: 2017
Client: Texas Instruments

Corporate Office
Paris, France

This office interior, designed for an international corporate in 2017, is the tenth office that Tim Power Architects has executed for the company.

As in other projects for the corporate, Tim Power Architects choose a spatial organization which reflects the cultural values and working style of the company. The layout and organization, choice of fixtures, furniture systems and finishes is designed specifically to reflect the the companies history and corporate culture while striving to reflect their dedication to a more contemporary model of working, which is reflected in the projects use of lightness and open space to encourage teamwork.

The café, numerous break areas and team work areas are distributed throughout the office space providing ample room for informal conversations and to accommodate in-house discussions

Given the prolific use of collaborative workspaces, there are always times that call for confidentiality. Glazed conference rooms, meeting areas and phone booths  are spread across the open areas, allowing privacy and discretion when needed.

* Client withheld the right to keep their details confidential.

TP/A served as designer, project and construction manager, as well as providing complete contractor and procurement roles for this turn key solution.

Location: Paris, France
Year: 2017