Stephanie is the Operations Manager within the Studio Other team. Her favorite aspects of her job are collaborating with amazing people and seeing initial design inspiration turned into reality. On the weekends, you’ll find Stephanie spending time with her family and occasionally adding to her tattoo collection.
Some of the most critical office space issues include noise pollution, screen privacy, and work space that accommodates both privacy and collaboration. Here are some office design ideas that can help overcome these issues.
Studio Other’s relationship with Flad Architects began six years ago while collaborating on a project for Juno Therapeutics in Seattle, Washington. After the conclusion of the product, Mitchel Zelinger, Studio Other Executive Vice President, continued to maintain a steady relationship with Ben de Rubertis and David Black, Flad Principals.
Custom furniture can make your business and its offices look unique. While custom furniture can improve your aesthetic, you need to ask some questions before you purchase any.
Developing an efficient office design and layout can be a challenging undertaking. Here are some important elements to consider when planning an office design.
Studio Other, a creator of custom solutions for commercial interior environments and workspaces, has announced the release of Smooth Sailing, a new product created in collaboration with Elkus Manfredi Architects. Smooth Sailing is designed to support a flexible and adaptive workspace, with extensive options for use. Studio Other engineered SmoothSailing while Elkus Manfredi Architects provided complete product design informed by expertise in workplace strategy.
Studio Other is made up of a diverse group of creatives, makers and builders who value the art of craftmanship both within and beyond their job description. In the time spent outside of the office, you’ll find many of our people working on their artistic endeavors, crafting primarily with their hands and using various mediums. In what feels like a lifetime ago, our team was working on Studio Other projects in a similar manner, drawing up sketches on pen and paper and presenting every idea and revision in person. While there’s certainly a level of nostalgic appeal in using analog methods, the bottom line is that they allowed for slow turnaround, inefficient manufacturing and room for error.
After successfully co-designing workstations and storage units for a Seattle-based design company, Studio Other was re-engaged by the client for a new project designing their ancillary spaces, including a reception desk and boardroom tables. Armed with the task of matching the aesthetics of the open office design, Studio Other was put to the test to create a unique but affordable design that pulls inspiration from the construction of a boat hull commonly found in the Pacific Northwest. Ultimately, Studio exceeded all expectations throughout the entire codesign process, delivering the client a space that met their initial design intent and remained within budget.