Within a social context marked by inclusion and diversity, it’s natural that new structures of interaction should also arise: new ways of analyzing and interpreting, of collaborating and exchanging, which have modified the way we function, work and organize ourselves. IOS Offices Arboledas, with its multiple spaces of coexistence and co-working, appears as a response to such diversity.
Aware that there is no single way to work in the 21st century, architect Mayer Hasbani’s new project seeks to generate multiple workspaces in which communion and exchange are the main axes, giving
corporate architecture a new direction. Located in one of the most important areas of Monterrey, the complex has traditional work spaces, such as open and closed corporate offices, boardrooms and videoconference rooms. However, and taking into account the importance of collaboration for
creativity and innovation in the workplace, IOS Offices Arboledas emphasizes the idea of coworking with small, open and permeable spaces. In a commitment to the value of interaction and entertainment in contemporary work dynamics, the complex has a large terrace and a café-bar, as well as a business lounge that connects levels 3 and 4 through a wide staircase with multiple seats and breaks, public areas that have been designed for relaxation and recreation as well as coworking.