IOS Offices – Monterrey

  • Client IOS,
  • size 32,292 sqft
  • Year 2018
  • Location Monterrey, Mexico,
  • Industry Coworking,
  • Mayer Hasbani used pops of art and a dynamic furniture selection to complete the IOS offices in Monterrey, Mexico.

    Located in Monterrey, Mexico, the complex has traditional workspaces, such as open and closed corporate offices, boardrooms and videoconference rooms. However, and considering the importance of collaboration for creativity and innovation in the workplace, IOS Offices Arboledas emphasizes the idea of coworking with small, open and permeable spaces. In a commitment to the value of interaction and entertainment in contemporary work dynamics, the complex has a large terrace and a café-bar, as well as a business lounge that connects levels 3 and 4 through a wide staircase with multiple seats and breaks, public areas that have been designed for relaxation and recreation as well as coworking.

    Each one of the IOS Offices Arboledas spaces has been designed according to the dynamics it houses. The corporate offices, finally, are projected with glass and black partition divisions to generate spacious and easy-to-read spaces. The furniture of each area has also been selected according to its needs, resulting in heterogeneous environments with textures that vary from marble to wood and that interact with different colors and textures.

    The creation of relaxed atmospheres was sought in all areas of the complex, leaving formalisms aside and taking up some of the millennial generation’s aesthetic proposals, such as the presence of authentic and naturally worn-out elements. Thinking about the importance of different visual and technological tools in contemporary work.

    The design of projects such as IOS Offices Arboledas comes from a deep understanding of the new dynamics of corporate work, which include more and more tools of dialogue and collaboration between different parties. The adaptive structure of each of the spaces in the complex is an invitation to creativity and innovation, increasingly elementary tools in modern corporate work.

    Design: Mayer Hasbani
    Photography: Adrián Llaguno