The Conceptum team was mandated to relocate the offices of Orthogone, a software development company. Orthogone’s objective with these new offices was to provide a welcoming environment that incites its employees to return to the office following the pandemic.
We have accompanied the client at every stage of the process from the pre-leasing study to the choice of furniture, including concept and design. The choice of location was based primarily on its geographic position, but also on the existing layout, which was preserved for the most part.
The existing space was set up with glass partitions, linear lighting and black ceramic flooring in the reception area. Our concept was based on a black and white colour scheme with a green accent colour, to give the space its own unique identity. With the client’s involvement, we were able to recreate an environment consistent with the company’s visual language, both in terms of shapes and colours.
In the reception area, to accentuate the office customization, we used the specificities of glass to create a play of transparency and overlay between the different sliding glass doors using the shapes of the Orthogone logo. This play on transparency can be seen in the vinyl application displaying office names, which is reflected on the wood floor.
Location 2250, bd Alfred-Nobel, St-Laurent
Line of business Software Technology
Usable floor area 6 675 pi.ca
995, rue St-Jacques
Montréal (QC) H3C 1G6
APDIQ®, IDC, NCIDQ
Monday to Thursday — 8:30am – 5:30pm
Friday — 8:30am – 12am
Saturday — Closed
Sunday — Closed