Shared values. In keeping with Medicine 360’s mission of providing care and aid to those who otherwise might not be able to afford access, and Revel’s belief that design shapes a community, the team utilized 3-form’s “Full Circle” products, which empowers artisans from around the globe by creating the interlays that go into the product – in turn providing social and economic initiatives for communities in Africa, Asia, and South America.
Medicines 360 came to Revel looking for a fun, vibrant new workspace with the key objective to make the biggest impact possible within a very tight budget. Lesley acted as Designer and Project Coordinator, using the organization’s brand colors of pink and purple to deliver a design that was clean and timeless and above all functional for the Medicines 360 team. The space was a transition for users from private offices to open workstations that promote transparency and break down barriers.
To accommodate the client’s desire to have maximum flexibility and the opportunity to separate the open workspace from an all-hands area, the Revel team utilized 3-form panel systems on a movable track that was easy to use and provided the acoustics and visual barrier needed to make the space effective. Because of the material’s transparency, allowing light to penetrate through into the workplace beyond, the 3-form material was also used to separate the reception from the open workstations.
Architect of Record: Revel Architecture & Design
Photographer: Crystal Waye
Emphasizing the organization’s brand colors of pink and purple, the team delivered a design that was clean, timeless and above all functional
The design team utilized 3-form panel systems on a movable track to provide the acoustics and visual barrier needed to make the space effective
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