Crosswarp Incorporated is a company providing SaaS for the e-commerce and content security spaces. Its office originally comprised a two-story structure, with the workspaces separated.
The oppressive feeling experienced in most offices is owed to the height of the ceilings. For this transition, the issue of low ceilings was eliminated, doing away with a claustrophobic feeling.
By breaking down the existing ceiling and leaving its skeleton, stress on workers was eliminated; glass partitions were used to divide areas and retain a feeling of spacious unity that transcended individual units.
Because Crosswarp is engaged in solutions for copyright protection and information leakage, the data it handles is critical, so offices were given a film with gradation that ensured translucency while keeping their interiors private. This approach enabled the drawing in of rhythmical lighting in the hallways.
Rather than adopt a strong, solid color palette that suggested heavy security, the design emphasizes a lighter palette that welcomes visitors.
The interior suggests consistency and tranquility, simultaneously incorporating furniture with playful touches of color and form. This contrast of seriousness and whimsy suggests the company's position as one that is steady and reliable but always forging intimacy with clients.