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Auerbach Halevy Architects has designed the new offices of Sabre Travel Network located in Tel Aviv, Israel. This project was designed in a “One-Stop-shop” method. It is an example for a complete physical-conceptual space, which is expanding beyond the conventional architectural definition; it includes interior design, furniture design and branding, all of them together create a uniform environment, which reflects the character of the firm and its employees.

Sabre is a global company, providing technological services for the travel industry. It is an ever developing, dynamic company, which requested for a fresh space that suites its values, for its new Tel Aviv HQ.

The whole program is set one open space, where everybody work together, without hierarchy or closed conventional offices. The only closed spaces are the meeting rooms and small “booths” for individual work, which received special fold-like geometric shape and were situated in the middle of the open space.

As for the work areas, a unique set of furniture was designed in order to define areas within the open space, without dividing it, keeping the important continuity of one vast space.

On top of the interior and furniture design, all of the graphic elements were also designed in-house. The main graphic element is a 30-meter long poster which encompasses the work space, designed in the colorful, cheerful and international spirit of Sabre.

Design: Auerbach Halevy Architects
Design Team: Sisi Ziri, Noam Muskal, Ori Halevy
Photography: Uzi Porat

https://officesnapshots.com/2016/06/29/sabre-travel-network-offices-tel-aviv/

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