Start-up Style
Jasper Sanidad
Start-up Style
Dec 21, 2011 An Internet giant captures the zeitgeist of the young and nimble

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Start-up Style_01 12.2011_AOL_09 AOL employees can choose to sit in a variety of informal seating arrangements.
Start-up Style_02 12.2011_AOL_08 Four circular spaces are constructed with simple materials, including oriented strand board and translucent fiberglass.
Start-up Style_03 12.2011_AOL_07 This type of meeting space is a departure from the standardized cubicles that had been on this floor for the previous tenant.
Start-up Style_04 12.2011_AOL_06 AOL employees can choose to sit in a variety of informal seating arrangements if they want to work alone or have a discussion with colleagues.
Start-up Style_05 12.2011_AOL_05 AOL employees can choose to sit in a variety of informal eating arrangements if they want to work alone or have a discussion with colleagues. These types of space are designed for at-home comfort or a cafe feel, given that younger employees might hang out with their laptops in places other than at their desks.
Start-up Style_06 12.2011_AOL_04 Spaces in the AOL office include glass-enclosed collaboration rooms facing the game area.
Start-up Style_07 12.2011_AOL_03 The kitchen and break area has long communal tables to promote employee discussion and interaction.
Start-up Style_08 12.2011_AOL_02 Whiteboards on corridor walls encourage employees to jot down immediate thoughts, as well as to spark impromptu discussion.
Start-up Style_09 12.2011_AOL In the open reception area with concrete floors, the designers exposed the ceiling and added hanging light fixtures. A not-so-corporate aesthetic is immediately apparent with the colorful seats and modular rug, which coordinate well with the vibrant use of the AOL logo.