Check Point expanded its operation from one to two floors in the Alon towers. The main area remained as bare concrete, and we used graffiti to create an urban and young vibe. We were asked to create an abstract graphic look, combined with collages and details based on the company’s tone of voice. We painted most of the walls in black, an interesting canvas that allowed us to use colors according to the different areas of the office. The conference room has two glass fronts and the frosted glass vinyl was shaped to allow a different angle of vision from every corner of the room. In the cafeterias, that located at the entrance of the company, we worked with iron, and used typography as environmental statue that was part of the floor signage and of the floor decoration.
Together with the studio’s multidisciplinary team (graphic and industrial designers, graffiti artists and installation) we created a project rich in colors, textures, and materials in a short period of time. We were happy to collaborate with the architecture firm, Orbach Halevi, in the design of the new space.
Architecture & interior design: Auerbach Halevy Architects
Photography: Uzi Porat