Tasked with creating a flexible space end-users could manipulate, hackable rooms and modular furniture laid the foundation for this collaborative tech hub. Challenged with a strict budget, our firm utilized the existing infrastructure and raw aesthetic of the building. Open space, exposed cross braces, and large rooms accentuated this paradigm. The 24,000 square foot space is loosely separated into two areas. The wooden bar and plush banquette seating frame the “Diner”. Followed by the “Hackable” workspace, which houses six rooms that can be reconfigured into three generous workspaces, an assortment of tech-supported meeting rooms, multiple shared offices, phone rooms and collaborative lounges. Three oversized skylights illuminate these cheerful collaboration spaces, filled with white boards, and enclosed by glass partitions. The back-of-office area features several amenities including shower rooms, and a wellness room.