Bean Bags & Low Tables

Great inspiration comes from many place, but what is the best at leading new work flows is the search engine giant, Google.

Above is a photo taken from the Zurich (Zooglers, how cool is that) office of Google

The bright lights, even brighter furniture leather seats, fruit bowls low table with glass, explosive wall, plenty of natural lights and the list goes on and on. This image is a representation of something we want to capture and try to replicate with our setup. Its bright atmosphere is an excellent catalyst for creativity because compared to a boring conference room where all the big money deal happen, it isn’t a place where creativity can flow easily.

Even this modern conference room is trying to be something it isn’t. You can plaster all the key words for idea generations but a black and white room is not going to cut it.

Low tables are excellent for discussion because tables it reduces barriers for free flowing conversation for generating ideas. It also increases the visibility of the other person, not just seeing from their chest up which is important as it creates an air of freedom, more fuel for creativity.

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Lastly the low bean bags as substitution for normal chairs. This is the crux of our entire project. Our last attempt to recreate the open atmosphere we so desire. The laid back and low posture is crucial for the atmosphere because it isn’t the same way you would sit in an open chair. Being laid back in itself is a relaxing state for a person, which ultimately inclines a person to think more freely rather than corporately. As it is, upright sitting signifies, tight, correct posture, corporate, and serious tone which we want to avoid. With loose sitting, relaxed sitting creates a freer feeling which is so important for discussions and idea generations

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