The folks at Intuit outgrew their offices in Waltham, MA, and decided to move into a 60k square foot space in Cambridge instead. They approached Radlab to create a couple of interesting feature walls, and naturally, they rose to the challenge. Using reclaimed books and hand crafted oars, Radlab came up with walls that connect with Intuit’s interest in design for delight and playfulness: the walls are whimsical studies of the field condition and the wave condition respectively, while the books aggregate to form an “objectscape” of physical voxels. The oars are rotated and translated in fluid form, and paired with the book wall, cultivates the idea of making waves; an important theme for Intuit.
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