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Cirrus 10 Incorporates Dynamic Design In New High-Rise Location

Four minute read September 26, 2017

Cirrus 10, a Seattle e-Commerce consulting firm, knew its new downtown high-rise location deserved a modern, visually interesting design. Miro desks and tables, Seven workbenches plus Bahn and ZO storage components helped achieve just that, with functionality and thoughtful details for a delightful user experience. Broderick Architects worked with Cirrus 10 to select "a darker & visually dynamic palette for the spaces more frequently visited by guests (waiting area, conference room, and partner offices) and a more vibrant and uplifting palette for the other spaces (work areas, small offices, meeting rooms, and employee lounge).”

"We created a distinctive material palette depending on the space: the partners' offices, waiting area and conference room all have more 'executive' finishes, whereas the small meeting areas and the workstations have more simplified finishes."

Genevieve Therioakes, Architect

Cirrus 10 "wanted to steer clear of the furniture options and material palette you see in typical Class A office buildings," Therioakes said.

See how Watson worked with the design team to create two distrinctive materials palettes for the new Cirrus 10 office space:

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Entry and waiting area: Special height Miro tables

"I liked that we could coordinate the large conference room and the adjacent waiting area: the mini Miro table in the waiting area echoes the Miro conference table."

Genevieve Therioakes, Architect

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Conference room: Miro Conference table with Fenix laminate and special power in surface

"Cirrus 10 really liked Watson's unique black Fenix laminate option, the contemporary look of the knife edge, and the triangular Miro table base."

Genevieve Therioakes, Architect

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Offices: Miro desks with Zo storage
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Open office: Seven workbench with special power in the surface and Bahn storage towers
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Meeting rooms: Seven meeting tables
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