LinkedIn offices by Il Prisma, Paris – France

April 24th, 2017 by retail design blog

Il Prisma has designed the new offices of social media company LinkedIn, located in Paris, France. The LinkedIn Paris office takes advantage from an Haussmannian building footprint to represent metaphorically a new conception of ecosystem.

The LinkedIn Paris office become the “Worksphere Ecosystem” This metaphor reflect the global values of transformation, collaboration, excellence and the importance of every member, mixed with the local soul, pride, relationship, passion and love. The “Worksphere Ecosystem” is the perfect environment to transform people’s skills into excellences where different workspheres inspire members enhancing their attitudes and skills to reach the best results.

The reception area introduce to the “Worksphere Ecosystem” with an arrival experience of a conceptual ‘’Gare’’ (station) where the global values of the brand are reinterpreted with the local essence. Each workspheres is designed with a balanced mix of work settings and ancillary spaces, open space meeting room, drop in, copy area, archive to make any area self-sufficient as an ecosystem.

We defined with the local team seven themes to inform the design of each worksphere representing their approach and the way of thinking which inspire France in the creation and growth of their excellences.

Design: Il Prisma
Photography: courtesy of Il Prisma















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