Inside Autodesk’s New Offices : Setter Architects

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Setter Architects has received the task to design the new offices of the software giant Autodesk, the mission was to create a flexible work environment to reflect the corporate culture of Autodesk . The new offices spread over four floors of a tower located on the Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv. As the activity of Autodesk involves a lot of creativity, this aspect defines the new offices that highlight “open minds” and much imagination both through appearance and in functionality. The welfare and comfort of the employees is an important goal, for the pleasure and fun to weave a happily and effectively with a creative work. Eclectically approached, the interior of these offices combines harmoniously rustic industrial design and retro, and the art-streets elements give vitality and a positive and cheerful tone. The building in which the offices are located provides a beautiful 360 degrees view over the city and the Setter architects have used this advantage so all the offices provide to the employees this privilege. The space favours teamwork, an open and easy communication, informal collaboration, successfully combining the individual work areas and conference rooms with public spaces. Via Setter Architects website

Head team: Shirli Zamir
Team: Bella Ventura, Michal Leitner, Reut Mey-Raz
Photography: Uzi Porat

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