Hospitality Design — Coworking Space
A health focused coworking environment that provides a transition between work and wellness to help Berliners mitigate what stressful work does to our physical and mental health.
Inspired by New York City’s initiative to be waste-free by 2030, this branded exhibition educates the public on the harmful social, societal, and environmental impacts that the fast fashion industry has on our planet. Dispose forces us to reflect and question our society’s mentality on disposability.
THE GRID /
Inspired by Berlin landscapes, the blend of natural systems (canals, rivers, forests) and manmade ones (streets, buildings, parks) emerge into a coworking space with zones that become socially connected through intersections and convergence.
From configurable desks set up along a grid system, seating at Rasterwerk comes in all shapes and sizes. Creating a system for visitors that is flexible, each person’s experience will be catered to their needs.
NOURISH CANTEEN /
Nourish Canteens are food stations throughout the workplace serving healthy food, juices, and smoothies. The goal of this canteen is to provide two options of menus with dishes focusing on ingredients specially curated to destress or give you energy.
THE BURROW /
The Burrow is Rasterwerks answer to the modern day private meeting room. By descending the level, the environment around is blocked by trees, which are suggested walls. Without the traditional meeting room layout, collaboration and meetings are now more casual and friendly for different groups. The floor is lined in felt for further acoustic qualities.