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PROJECT: MONITOR DOBLIN
ARCHITECT: SASAKI
DESIGNER: M AMMERMAN
YEAR: 2007-2008
DISCIPLINE: INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE
LOCATION: CHICAGO IL

“Monitor’s Chicago office brings together their Innovation Group with their affiliate firm, Doblin, Inc. These two entities embrace different work cultures—one championing private offices and individual work space, the other team-focused with a need for in-house client work areas. Transcending these distinct dynamics was a desire for collaboration and a sense of unity in their space, conveying that this is one company sharing one space, while occupying two contiguous floors. Monitor Doblin also desired an innovative and flexible environment. They needed to establish an image that met all needs—something both polished and grounded that could respond appropriately to a variety of client types, and support for client confidentiality. Sasaki, which has a long-standing relationship with the Monitor Group, created unique solutions based on an overarching on-stage versus off-stage metaphor that reflect the group’s philosophies and address their specific needs.” – sasaki