Twist Bioscience Offices – Tel Aviv

  • Client Twist Bioscience,
  • size 3,767 sqft
  • Year 2018
  • Location Tel Aviv, Israel,
  • Industry Technology,
  • MOLET was tasked with the office design for biotechnology company, Twist Bioscience, located in Tel Aviv, Israel.

    Twist Bioscience creates the foundation for life and existence. Using rigorous engineering principles to capture data, Twist Bioscience is a leading innovator in DNA synthesis. This project including interior architecture, graphic design, and furniture for Twist’s office on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv’s tech hub. Challenged with including a meeting room, kitchen, work station, and open space into one, we went back to the companies’ root, DNA. We used DNA’s structure and properties as our concept; Combine two things to make a new one. Connection is Twist’s main principle when using data and DNA to help their clients in the fields of agriculture, medicine, industrial chemistry, and information storage develop new ways to improve the quality of life and sustainable development of the planet. The first way we interpreted connection is the relationship between employees. We designed the open space in a way that employees from different fields may be seated next to each other, which eases any communication barrier, smoothing the workflow and helping generate new ideas. Connection was thought about when designing the lounge and casual work area. Here we used the office’s city and beach views combined with comfortable furniture pieces to create a hub for employees to gather and get inspired. Lastly we used color separation to connect spaces to their purpose. Keeping the workstations white created a pure and natural aesthetic, while adding color to the lounge and casual work areas created a relaxing and fun environment. As for the graphic design for Twist, the interior walls were enhanced with dots, binary codes and nucleobase letters, all apart of DNA’s physical structure. Twist Bioscience’s theme of discovery and connection gave us a true point of view.

    PhotographyYoav Peled