Autodesk Milan

Autodesk Milan
Aug 12, 2013 A software company’s new workplace responds to the Italian culture of design
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Autodesk Milan_01 Autodesk1.jpg A wall of windows lines open office space, which is anchored on the opposite side by a continuous wall finished in green Venetian plaster that  creates continuity while concealing ductwork and providing storage. A glass portion within that green wall allows visitors glimpses of staff at work. Engineered stone tile floors were installed prior to Autodesk’s renovation.
Autodesk Milan_02 Autodesk2.jpg In the kitchen, which is located on the mezzanine level, counters are made of concrete for both aesthetic and practical purposes. A pattern along the edge features architects’ tools of yesteryear like triangles, protactors, and templates.
Autodesk Milan_03 AutoDesk3.jpg The finishes in the open office space include perforated wall panels and white baffles on the ceiling to help improve acoustics. “The best sound-absorbing product is carpet, but Italians hate carpet,” Straja says.

Autodesk Milan_04 Autodesk4.jpg The finishes in the open office space include perforated wall panels and white baffles on the ceiling to help improve acoustics. “The best sound-absorbing product is carpet, but Italians hate carpet,” Straja says.