The Gallery and the Reception: The office opens to a gallery which serves as a hall of fame to display the company’s work, awards, and recognition. The office’s reception area has a brick-cladding background with the company branding. The design elements in this area give a warm and welcoming vibe.
The Salon: Following the Eudaimonia concept, the next segment is the salon space that has the lab. The speciality of this area is the use of writable surfaces in the entire lab region. These agile writable surfaces work as digital antidotes to promote liberal thinking and creativity. The company being home to a team of data scientists, design professionals, and technologists, introducing a writable surface lab was a conscious design decision.
Open Cafe Area: The other part of the salon area has an open cafe space. This space is dedicated to socializing and collaborating. In recent times, it has been observed that workspace design is growing liberal with the inclusion of collaborative spaces. An increase in demand for freer work environments that help in establishing employee engagement is the primary reason for such a change in workspace design. Noodle.ai wanted a devoted space where its employees can gather and interact with one another. The open cafeteria is the apt place for such activities.
The Office: The next segment is the workstation area. It can accommodate up to 225 workstations. The design layout here is kept simple and clean. The idea was to provide a commodious space with different types of seating arrangements. The team came up with four variations of workstations, each designed to fulfill different work requirements. There are private workstations, open workstations, ledge type seats, and height-adjustable tables.
The Chamber: The last segment is the meeting room area. This part of the office shifts from the open collaborative segments and is more work focused. As per the Eudaimonia machine theme, the chamber is dedicated to deep work like decision-making conferences and meetings. The section provides the spatial discipline that is not found in the other segments.