While co-working spaces are abundant in the Denver metro area, SolderWorks saw a need to fill the co-making space void. SolderWorks provides not only workstations for individuals and offices for start-up companies, but rooms for printing, cutting and soldering. The client held a competition for the brand logo and the selected winner took their cue from the color of heated solder; fuchsia and purple. These colors spilled over to the public spaces along with an orange accent while the offices remained neutral for personal branding. In addition to branding with the logo colors, the space was designed with a heavy tech aesthetic to highlight the type of creative processes being done in the space. 

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 The reception area not only includes a welcoming, branded entrance but lounge space to take advantage to an existing fireplace insert and merchandise space for the members. The custom graphic on the front of and behind the reception desk were modified in house from stock vectors and printed on  MDC Wall Silver Foil  paper for a pop of silver throughout.

The reception area not only includes a welcoming, branded entrance but lounge space to take advantage to an existing fireplace insert and merchandise space for the members. The custom graphic on the front of and behind the reception desk were modified in house from stock vectors and printed on MDC Wall Silver Foil paper for a pop of silver throughout.

 The lounge space is cozied up not only with the fireplace insert, but also with the carpet insert; Mohawk’s Hustle and Bustle carpet was the perfect choice to incorporate the brand colors. It is surrounded by  Mohawk Grown Up LVT  which allowed us to incorporate some warmth, adding a wood look, while complementing the overall color palette of the space.

The lounge space is cozied up not only with the fireplace insert, but also with the carpet insert; Mohawk’s Hustle and Bustle carpet was the perfect choice to incorporate the brand colors. It is surrounded by Mohawk Grown Up LVT which allowed us to incorporate some warmth, adding a wood look, while complementing the overall color palette of the space.

 Being a co-working and co-making space, our client wanted to make sure that different levels of desking space were provided to members. Three desking types provided by  IE Connect  were included: open office tables, sit/stand workstations, and sit/stand desks in private offices.  Allsteel Aware ,  Further , and  Altitude  systems allowed for continuity between finishes while providing each option with the needed components. At the offices,  Allsteel Beyond  architectural wall fronts were incorporated to give an open, light feel to each. 

Being a co-working and co-making space, our client wanted to make sure that different levels of desking space were provided to members. Three desking types provided by IE Connect were included: open office tables, sit/stand workstations, and sit/stand desks in private offices. Allsteel Aware, Further, and Altitude systems allowed for continuity between finishes while providing each option with the needed components. At the offices, Allsteel Beyond architectural wall fronts were incorporated to give an open, light feel to each. 

 An important part of the space was the break room. The bar top design was a feature incorporated from the very first space plan in a different location. The tile backsplash was created from  Crossville Glass Blox ; by angling the tile, a sense of the mountains to the west was incorporated into the space. To add a punch, the pendant lights provided by  Visual Interest  were selected because of the ability to inject the brand colors. 

An important part of the space was the break room. The bar top design was a feature incorporated from the very first space plan in a different location. The tile backsplash was created from Crossville Glass Blox; by angling the tile, a sense of the mountains to the west was incorporated into the space. To add a punch, the pendant lights provided by Visual Interest were selected because of the ability to inject the brand colors. 

 At the break room, Solderworks wanted to not just provide an area for storing and heating up lunches and snacks but an area with a sense of place. Additional tables and chairs were placed adjacent to the area and private booths were added. The owner liked the idea of a restaurant feel and the booths allow for semi-private meetings. Power access was added above the tables and small televisions will be installed to allow for each booth to become a rentable meeting space.

At the break room, Solderworks wanted to not just provide an area for storing and heating up lunches and snacks but an area with a sense of place. Additional tables and chairs were placed adjacent to the area and private booths were added. The owner liked the idea of a restaurant feel and the booths allow for semi-private meetings. Power access was added above the tables and small televisions will be installed to allow for each booth to become a rentable meeting space.

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