Breather: Intelligently Designed Workspaces

BAUX Acoustic Panels for two new office spaces in NYC

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Breather: Intelligently Designed Workspaces
06/09/2019 - Breather is a flexible workspace provider, based in Montreal, Canada. The company manages over 500 workplaces in more than 10 major cities. Breather allows individuals and companies to access fully furnished and serviced workspace on demand seamlessly via their website and app. They recently installed BAUX Acoustic Panels at two of their locations in New York, helping them to transform office spaces into something more akin to a showroom.
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BAUX @Breather

“A well designed acoustic environment means that the user can focus or collaborate to get to their highest level of productivity with Breather’s private meeting and office spaces. When members book our spaces, they are often times are looking to not have to share their space with other companies. They expect a level of uninterruptedness and privacy.” Sierra Bangari, Construction Coordinator at Breather.

At 100 Crosby Street, BAUX Panels in natural shades of brown compliment the clean simplicity of the wooden floor and whitewashed walls. The open-plan layout is well-served by the acoustic properties of the Panels, helping to safeguard against unwanted echoes and absorb excessive noise. Large windows allow for plenty of daylight, which brings out the fine details in the BAUX Natural Panels.
BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

At a second location, 108 West 39th, Breather opted for a lighter and more colourful palette, installing BAUX Panels in Arch, Diagonal and Stripes in shades of blue and light grey. Using patterns that call to mind classic stereo design, the Breather design team created a tableau of unique and functional sound control.

The texture of the wood wool helps to soften a space that might otherwise be too harsh and angular, and brings a light touch to a sleek, modern working environment. By matching the colour of the Panels to that of the flooring, the designers create an immersive and engaging floor-to-wall effect.

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BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

BAUX @Breather

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