UX Square Tokyo
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UX Square Tokyo is a new office from beBit, which produces integrated UX design. It is positioned as an office that functions as an interface for companies and customers, with interaction being both online and offline. The reception lobby is an open area that guests can use freely. Although this area is required to have an earthquake-resistant brace permanently in place, the ceiling has been converted into a skeleton style and the steel frames are exposed as part of the interior to create a more spacious feel. The seminar hall is another distinctive feature. A suspended ceiling has been added to both sides instead of just one, which balances the overall symmetry of the space. The workspace adopted ABW (activity-based working) features, including focus booths, standing desks, seats on the rooftop terrace, and other workspaces.
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