CA Technologies, a software company that creates software that fuels transformation for companies in the application economy, recently opened a new development office in Herzliya, Israel, designed by architecture & design firm Setter Architects.

“CA’s guidelines for the design team were to create a young and dynamic environment; as a result the design team came up with an idea for a new kind of work space that incorporated all of the above as well as being inspirational and unique. This type of creative and open design enables for many formal and informal collaboration areas that act as a buffer between active workstations and public areas. Setter Architects came up with a multipurpose , functional partition that serves as storage units and separates the corridors from the employee workstations; a combination of plumbing pipes and recycled wooden boxes, along with hanging vegetation and lighting fixtures.The space emits a warm and embracing sensation, outside of the familiarly known office and home environments. Incorporating various elements from different fields, diverse materials, natural vegetation, spot-on lighting and street inspired graphics all come together to form a beautiful new language and an exclusive working environment”, said Setter Architects

Location: Herzliya, Israel
Date completed: 2016
Size: 30,138 square feet
Design: Setter Architects
Photos: Itay Sikolski

Breakout space

Breakout space

Semi-private meeting space

Open office

Workspace

Lunch area

Kitchenette

Meeting room

Breakout space