Booking.com's Queen West office reflects their customers and their staff

Booking.com's Queen West office reflects their customers and their staff

Regardless of their location, Booking.com’s offices incorporate a global, travel theme that pays homage to their country and home city. The eclectic Queen West area houses their new offices with a design that highlights the brand as a destination company with a strong local footprint.

Interior Designer: Annie Bergeron, ARIDO; Jessica Baird, ARIDO

Design Firm: Gensler

Design Team: Filo Costa, ARIDO; Willem Berends, ARIDO

Working within a strict budget, the design team created an arrival area that highlights the brand as a destination company with a strong local understanding. Leveraging the spectacular northeastern views to some of Toronto's best architecture was a clever way to establish a sense of place, without added cost. Along with locally sourced furniture and accessories, the reception area is an immediate success.

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The building’s LEED raised floors, high ceilings, and existing lighting also minimized fit-out costs. Semi-enclosed areas subtly reference icons of Canadian design, with Hudson’s Bay blanket striping and meeting booths using TTC red upholstery. The space was designed to attract the desired workforce: diverse, multi-lingual, well-travelled and hip; also, a true reflection of their customers.

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