The new Microsoft’s briefing center in Wallisellen, Switzerland completes the Microsoft’s office Building. The meeting zone is designed by Stuttgard from Coast Office Architechture firm.
The á la mode contemporary monochrome briefing center are supported by flat screen monitors in a stretch of sleek black glass and a smooth and shiny laptop bar that combine Surface and Microsoft’s Kinect technology in a cutting edge concept.
The brightness from the digital devices is reflected by the wall treatment that has reflective nature to any direction of the room. Dividing the space usage, an application of graphical surface echoes the angular style from a seating area which is specially made for particular person, in zigzag arrangement throughout the center space.
Divided from the other Microsoft’s office via a series of floor to gray curtains to ceiling which wrap a transparent perimeter, the Meeting Zone let a shiny and light meeting concept with complete sight of the bustle and hustle of the whole working space, or even a more dramatic and hushed presentation atmosphere in full personal sense.
Continuing the fashion concept to be consistent in every part of the zone, the exposed transparent walls decorate a balance graphic treatment.
To the last, a spacious briefing table firmly stands, ready for many important meetings for 20 people.