Design studio SOFTlab has designed a stained glass-inspired installation for Behance’s new offices in New York. Composed of colours taken from the brand palettes of Behance and parent company Adobe the multi-level installation dominates the internal stairwell
SOFTlab’s design connects the two floors of Behance’s office space. The signature red and blue of the two brands creates a visual transition from one side of the space to theother. Suspended from the ceiling of the top floor of the office, a singular lighting feature frames the communal office seating area at the base of the stair. Reflecting SOFTlab’s signature style, seen in the 3M Lifelab created for SXSW and Crystallized for Melissa NYC, the coloured panels cast vibrant hues across the predominantly white office space.
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