Inscape

Inscape was moving into a brand new office at 220 Bay St. and needed it to function in a variety of ways. The space would be used as a showroom, office, co-working space, student study space, and as training headquarters for North America.

figure3 was tasked with creating a space that would act as a blank canvas for a multitude of uses and clientele. It needed to be accommodating and welcoming to many different groups, a place where guests could feel at home while at work. By introducing residential elements into a commercial setting, figure3 created a fun and friendly atmosphere for Inscape, a space where staff and guests feel energized and inspired.

Inscape showroom entrance with glass wall featuring logo

Doing Things Differently

Rotate Your Device Inscape Toronto showroom kitchen with tables and concrete floors

A kitchen naturally makes visitors feel welcome and encourages them to sit and settle in. This space allows staff to have a casual conversation with clients in an easy-going setting.

The different zones of the office are given residential names and are intended to lead guests on a journey through the showroom.

The entrance opens up to a kitchen where Inscape's storage systems act as cabinetry, displaying the versatility of their product offering. Biophilic elements are incorporated throughout the space, with plant life complemented by natural woods, concrete floors, and carpeting patterned with organic motifs.

Rotate Your Device Inscape Toronto showroom living room with desks and upholstered seating

The living room is intended to act as a waiting area for visitors. Individual zones with variations in seating options allow a variety of moments to occur between workers and clients.

Rotate Your Device Inscape Toronto showroom. Light wood bench seating against wall with large windows and fiddle leaf plant

The veranda features elegant seating along the window wall, encouraging guests and staff to sit and enjoy the vistas of the Toronto skyline.

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