|PROJECT NAME||ZAAZ Offices|
|FIRM||Best Practice Architecture and Design; Erich Ginder Studio|
|SQ. FT.||9,000 SQF|
With a warren of walls removed, the triangular 9,000-square-foot floor plate now centers on Best Practice’s freestanding pavilion, housing the conference room, kitchen, and bar. The surrounding space is widest at reception. At the narrow end, painted-steel stools line a counter-height communal table for lunches and meetings. Between the table and an arched window is a lounge composed of mismatched vintage chairs chosen by Butcher and Erich Ginder. Ginder also used fabric remnants to upholster the sofa that wraps the very point of the triangle. Here and elsewhere, his white pendant fixtures hang from the 20-foot ceiling. A pop of red comes from a corner DJ booth. Naturally.