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Tour of my work’s unique seating and meeting places

November 3, 2015

My work has some interesting break-out seating areas and meeting rooms. Here is a small selection of the more interesting ones, most have developed a nickname over the years.

 

This table is nicknamed the ‘Peanut table’. You can see how it derived its name. It use to be popular for informal meetings until lack of workspaces made the table a makeshift workstation.

Peanut Table

Peanut Table

 

This open-space table became known as the ‘teppanyaki table’. Apart from the lack of leg-room on the side, it is a nice little raised area to have a meeting or just chat. No that middle section is not where you heat up the meat.

Teppanyaki Table

Teppanyaki Table

 

This strange meeting room has attracted the name ‘The Fish Bowl’ room. Surrounded by a ring of glass, the unnerving design makes me think of an intense FBI interrogations room.

The Fish Bowl

The Fish Bowl

These tables occupy the kitchen area. I personally call them the ‘Last supper’ tables, as they resemble the elongated table featured in Leonardo da Vinci’s famous biblical painting. Yes that sushi and baguette rolls were amazing.

Last Supper table

Last Supper table

These relaxing coffee lounges are another great place to catch-up for a morning meeting or just have a rest.

Siesta lounge

Siesta lounge

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Taylor permalink
    November 6, 2015 8:16 am

    Hi Sasha — I work at a communications agency and we’re interested in purchasing one of the photos you’ve posted of your dog Cuddles. Please contact us directly at info@brew-creative.com for more information. Thanks! — Taylor

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