This 3,500 square foot tenant improvement is anchored by an open work space (a public resource for career development), surrounded by offices and an undulating, slatted wood screen.
The wood screen is meticulously designed to define a circulation corridor, impart a sense of privacy for the users of the space and to provide security between the public zone and the private staff offices. Meanwhile, the slatted wood infuses the space with a sense of material warmth and filters daylight into the central work area.
Location: Castlegar, BC
Client/Owner: Kootenay Career Development Society
Team: S.O.A (Architect), Jennifer Harper / Social Room Interiors (Interior Design), Dan Maglio (General Contractor)