.U Share Co-working Space – An Extension Of Working Style And Culture | Ultraconfidentiel Design

.U Share Co-working Space – An Extension Of Working Style And Culture | Ultraconfidentiel Design

.U Share is a co-working initiative taken by .ultraconfidentiel, inheriting the strong character and design ideology of the .ultra\family. It is an extension of the work style and culture practiced by .ultraconfidentiel, showcasing our way of working. The main idea behind .U\SHARE is to create a space that is a hub for innovation, design, sharing, and growth.

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Highly customized workstations with high aesthetic standards to facilitate any kind of requirement. The workstations are designed keeping in mind the modern needs of the user and heavy-duty industrial usage. The meeting pod zone is a specific zone to conduct quick discussions. The place also feeds the requirement of breakout zone and informal meeting area.

You can conduct a formal meeting with a large gathering in the meeting room. The meeting room is equipped with high-speed WIFI and television to conduct presentations and tele- conferences. The acoustic properties of the room make it a viable area to gain some privacy and hold meetings with no outside disturbance.

The pantry collaborative zone is an area, where people can enjoy their meals and also connect with each-other. It is a place where a person can socialize and work. The place holds significant importance since it is an area for communal use. This space is much more than just a pantry table as we propose people to use this space to work, resulting in optimal utilization of the space.

The lounge is designed to encourage people to conduct meetings and gives an option of change in the work environment. The area also includes lockers to keep personal belongings and space clean and tidy.

FACT FILE

Firm: Ultraconfidentiel Design

Client: .U Share

Size: 2,000 sqft

Year: 2019

Location: New DelhiIndia

Industry: Co-working

Design Team: Andrea Andreotti, Vrinda Chaabra, Chloé Emeriau, Florent Berthier,

Prashant Thaplial, Thibault Bonduelle, Pierre-Arnaud Cassin

PhotographyVaibhav Chaudhary

Source: officesnapshots

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