Today’s office of Atlanta-based 22squared comes via the Wall Street Journal and brings a couple interesting things with it. First, the office is meant to be deliberately collaborative, but executives do have private offices. Usually companies that move in the collaborative, open environment direction seem to shun the private space.
Second, the office renovation actually utilized furniture from the older space, but added updated fabric and paint. Interestingly enough, the WSJ article cites that 70% off the walls are actually writable, making collaboration theoretically happen anywhere.
Photos by Gensler and Michael Moran.