ServiceNow Office Interior Design by Shirli Zamir

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
ServiceNow

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Office Interior Design

INSPIRATION:
We researched the term "neighborhood" in terms of space, and in terms of the local population. We asked questions such as "what is eating in a neighborhood?" "what is it like working in a neighborhood?" "what is it like socializing in a neighborhood?" The design language was born from a basic sketch of an almost tribal looking partition, with a thin border and a diagonal crossing. This produced the formative design coming to life in the reception pattern, the open phone booth, and partitions.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The initial concept of the project was born from the research of what is Israeli "Locality". Taking into consideration that the company shifted from sitting in cubicles to sitting in a semi open-space, this created the perfect basis to the concept. The term "neighborhood" was studied in terms of space, and in terms of the local population. The brief received spoke the love and appreciation for recycled and local materials. These two became the basis to the design.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
The project includes an entrance with a large reception and a Client-Facing conference room, 2 large training rooms connected by a collectible partition, small coffee point for visitors, large cafeteria, A-Formal and Formal conference rooms and meeting salons, open phone booths, phone booth rooms and a neighborhood working area. In addition there is a game room and a large A formal conference room with a wooden tribune.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Project started in October 2019 in Petah Tikva Israel and finished October 2020.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Following the brief's importance in using recycled materials, we used recalimed wood in the cafeteria kitchen island, along with the cafeteria's tribune. In addition, the kitchen island top wood is placed on recycled building blocks used as the base to the island.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
The project is 1800 sqm including a new section in a new building, and a renovated side in the original building. Both Buildings are connected and therefore it is one large office.

TAGS:
Interior Design, Office Interior Design, Offices in Israel, ServiceNow Offices in Israel, New offices

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
We researched the term "neighborhood" in terms of space, and in terms of the local population. We asked questions such as "what is eating in a neighborhood?" "what is it like working in a neighborhood?" "what is it like socializing in a neighborhood?" and etc. in addition, the client gave us a brief which spoke the love and appreciation for recycled, re-used, local materials. The answers to these questions and requests were the first blossoms to the initial plan layout, design concept, materials and colors, and even the fine details of the graphic language, carpentry and furniture.

CHALLENGE:
The challenge of the project from the clients' side was "selling" the transition from cubicles to open-space seating. Therefore, for us, the creative research for the correct partiton that will part between workers and also between the workers and the social corridor was a main challenge. In addition, budget was challenging and therefore the design had to be unique and creative but not expensive.

ADDED DATE:
2020-10-04 11:26:48

TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Shirli Zamir and Ayelet Goren

IMAGE CREDITS:
Yoav Peled - Peled Studio

Visit the following page to learn more: https://www.shirlizamir.com
CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
ServiceNow

PROFILE:
Servicenow company calims business software is clunky, expensive, hard to setup and frustrating to use. Countless hours are wasted trying to customize these solutions and they often require expensive professional services to get everything to work. In the end, the solution becomes so complex that businesses need to hire full-time employees to babysit the software. ServiceNow believe your business deserves better software - software that’s ready to go, easy to setup and use, and requires minimal customization. Today, over 40,000 customers trust ServiceNow software to run their business.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Servicenow Office Interior Design by Shirli Zamir is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Servicenow Office Interior Design by Shirli Zamir is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2020 - 2021.



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