Confidential Tech Client

Confidential Tech Client

This confidential tech client collaborated with Abel Design Group (ADG) to create an employee-centric approach to office space design. A leather-wrapped domed ceiling and walls clad in black Shou Sugi Ban wood encapsulate the entrance. To breathe hospitality and collaboration into the space, the elevator lobby opens to a lounge facing the Texas Capitol that can be used by both employees and guests.

While private offices and multiple meeting spaces line the interior corridors of the floor, workstations line the windows. Each workstation was designed to have example real estate to help attract and retain the best talent in the industry. Even prior to COVID-19, the plan included giving each workstation over six feet of space allowing for a safe continuation of work.

To foster diversity within the tech centric office, the design balances the stark contrast of rich colors and clean lines with more feminine touches visible through the use of color, texture, art and geometry. Luxe materials and hues of pink and red are found throughout the space in rugs, soft seating, and wall coverings. Subtle curves in various scales add softness without being overly feminine.

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Corporate Office Reception Area

In lieu of a traditional reception desk for this confidential tech client, the elevator lobby opens up to a lounge facing the Texas Capitol that can be used by both employees and guests.

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Corporate Office Lounge

The lounge space for this confidential tech client allows all employees to share the spectacular views of Texas landmarks.

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Interior Corridor

A balance of clean lines and curves, this confidential tech office was designed to create a more inclusive tech industry.

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Executive Conference Room Design

This client’s board room features a custom acoustical, coffered, felt ceiling and breathtaking views of the Texas State Capitol.

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Open Office Area

Even prior to COVID-19, this confidential tech office wanted an open work plan that gave each employee more than six feet of space. Employees also get prime views of Austin landmarks including the Texas Capitol and The University of Texas Tower. Workstations line the windows.

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Locally-Made Furniture Pieces

Abel Design Group sourced and incorporated furniture and art from local vendors to give this confidential tech office a bit of local Austin flair.

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Small Conference Room Design
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Phone Room Design
Corporate Interior Glass Front Office Design
Open Office and Private Office Design

While private offices and meeting spaces line the interior corridors of this confidential tech office, workstations line the windows. Each workstation was designed to have ample real estate to help
attract and retain the best talent in the industry.

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Display Case Conference Room

The design of this confidential tech office balances the contrast between clean lines and rich colors in shades of pink and red. A custom display case wall features objects that speak to the brand’s history.

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Corporate Office Entry Design

Shou Sugi Ban style wood from a local Austin vendor further speaks to the confidential tech client's company aesthetic.