A collaborative work/break area for their Omaha HQ
(1/7) We worked with Tack Architects on part of the interior at MindMixer's Omaha offices.
(2/7) We worked to build a collaborative work / break area out of inexpensive materials.
(3/7) Tack Architects gave us a concept to work from, they liked the woodworking "finger joint". It highlights 2 things coming together, appropriate for a collaborative area.
(4/7) Detail of the long laser cut OSB finger joint on the bench.
(5/7) Folding tables, for work or eating when they're down.
(6/7) They fold up securely against the wall, and have hardware in the corners for hanging prints and posters.
(7/7) And the laser-cut leg nearly disappears into the table bottom when folded up.
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