Jfrog 8th Floor Offices – Tel Aviv

Jfrog's 8th floor offers a kitchen, informal meeting spaces and large communal work areas to give their employees a creative office environment to reflect the company's young, innovative platform.

  • Client Jfrog,
  • size 8,611 sqft
  • Year 2021
  • Location Tel Aviv, Israel,
  • Industry Hardware / Software Development,
  • Switchup created a modern and dynamic workspace for Jfrog‘s 8th floor offices in Tel Aviv, Israel.

    JFrog is a technology company that offers a platform that streamlines the process of software development organizations delivering high quality software solutions to their customers. The space is awash with a variety of modular furniture, meeting areas, and working spaces to give JFrog employees and clients options when they enter the 8th floor.

    The initial reception area in JFrog’s floor 8 office space offers comfortable seating for guests to wait for appointments—either inside or outside on a wide patio. Visitors will immediately be greeted by a warm, inviting space, featuring modern furniture and light natural wood details. The phrase on the wall adjacent to the seating area—“Make Software Liquid”—gives employees and clients alike a taste of what JFrog’s values are as a company.

    A large, open, central sitting area works as both an informal meeting space for company-wide all hands meetings and as a lounge area for employees needing a break from their desks. Tiered “bleacher” style seating, geometric poufs, and traditional chairs give a host of seating options to anyone using the space. Natural wood flooring, tree-trunk inspired rugs, and potted plants give the space an eclectic yet environmental feel, despite the office space being otherwise industrial.

    The kitchen of JFrog balances light, bright natural elements and plant life with black kitchen details. Black may otherwise be severe in a kitchen context, but the surrounding light flooring, bright lighting fixtures, and open wall of windows softens the dark cabinetry and island.

    The workspaces on the other side of the kitchen break area are simple yet functional. Large worktables take the place of traditional desks and rolling office chairs offer a sense of mobility. This communal work area gives employees a top-notch opportunity to collaborate. Floor to ceiling windows and light-toned flooring makes the space feel airy and calm.

    Design: Switchup
    Photography: Peled Studios