Accenture – Cyber Fusion Center

Accenture – Cyber Fusion Center

Architect
FORM Architects
Location
Arlington, VA, USA
Project Year
2018
Category
Offices
Spielmann Studio
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct link
ManufacturersSteelcasecobi, Turnstone Buoy
Acrylic – Jali S Flight ½“Sensitile SystemsJali
ManufacturersCarnegie FabricsAlchemy
Carpet Tile – HN810, Urban Nature, Down To EarthInterface
Plastic Laminate – MatteFormica Group
Suspended PendantFlos

Product Spec Sheet
Manufacturers
Acrylic – Jali S Flight ½“
Manufacturers
Carpet Tile – HN810, Urban Nature, Down To Earth
Plastic Laminate – Matte
Suspended Pendant
by Flos

Accenture – Cyber Fusion Center

FORM Architects as Architects

Accenture’s Cyber Fusion Center design aims to create a global destination with a common design language that everyone from new employees to established clients, can understand.


As you pass through the expansive glass suite entry, you are immersed in Accenture’s ‘greater than before’ culture. The space feels young and energetic with layers of light, a fusion of natural elements including bark walls and greenery, bright stimulating colors, and relaxed seating around an open bar. It also maintains a crisp, sophisticated vibe with clean lines, high-end finishes, and extractions of their new, wholly-inclusive, brand infused throughout the space.


Much like the company, the space is not shy. You are immediately drawn to the magnet of the office, a lit platform, framed by picturesque views of the Washington D.C. skyline. As if on a pedestal, the raised Demonstration Space serves as a showcase for employees to highlight and share their cutting-edge solutions with clients and colleagues. The platform also has a practical application, providing flexibility in the space layout while addressing the power constraints of a post-tension building.


Beyond the central hub, light filters through slender panels of custom back-lit glass that showcase a large server room, the steady nucleus of Accenture’s fast-paced, technology-driven workstyle. The linear pathways surrounding the server room pull you through the rest of the space, connecting four neighborhoods representative of Accenture and its subsidiaries.


Elastic collision areas featuring state of the art technology and unexpected design details, act as open collaboration zones between each neighborhood, encouraging cross-pollination. Alternatively, teams may choose to meet in semi-private areas featuring sheer panels of fabric that provide a veil; suggesting privacy and minimizing the need for full seclusion. This encourages Accenture’s open, transparent, iterative process by avoiding a literal approach to privacy.


Color and temperature changing LED lighting allows for complete control throughout. In addition to adding mood and drama to the space, the lights further decrease Accenture’s footprint in their new building which is currently seeking an energy efficiency rating of LEED Platinum.


Open workspaces subtly transition to a range of work style options. Depending on their desired privacy, employees may choose to work from a semi-private nook in their neighborhood or opt for complete seclusion by choosing to work in a respite area which includes memorable design features, adjustable lighting, and soft textures for sound absorption and comfort.


A juxtaposition of organic meets structure, corporate meets casual, raw meets finished, and work hard-play harder; makes Accenture’s new Cyber Fusion Center not only visually stimulating but also a memorable experience. The design exemplifies the company’s process and evolving technology solutions providing guests with an experience that is ‘greater than ever before’ each time they visit.


Material Used :

1. Interface – Carpet Tile – HN810
2. West Elm – Area Rug – Erased Lines
3. Bentley Mills – Carpet Tile – Night Vision 4NVT6
4. Interface – Carpet Tile – Urban Nature
5. Interface – Carpet Tile – Down To Earth
6. Milliken – Carpet Tile – Pivot
7. Shannon & Waterman – Wood Floor – Hickory With Charatcter
8. Armstrong – Vinyl Comp. Tile – Standard Excelon
9. Armstrong – Static Dissipative Tile
10. Mohawk Group – Luxury Vinyl Tile – Select Step c0007
11. Johnsonite – Vinyl Base – 2 ½“ High Vinyl
12. Schulter – Extruded Metal – 1 ½“ High
13. Daltile – Tile Base – Modern Dimensions Bullnose Tile
14. Allstate – Vinyl Base – 2 ½“ High
15. Stone Source – Porcelain Tile – Tre Di Marmi Statuanto
16. Sherwin Williams – General Paint – Eggshell
17. Sensitile – Acrylic – Jali S Flight ½“
18. Architectural Systems – Wood – WPAEW754 Embossed Wood
19. Highland Craftsmen Inc –Wood
20. Turning House – Wood
21. Stone Source – Ceramic Tile – 2x4 T Brick Mosaic
22. Stone Source – Porcelain Tile
23. Living Ceramics – Porcelain Tile – CAVA 90.C 36“x36“
24. Cambria – Solid Surface – Polished, 3CM
25. Abet Laminati – Plastic Laminate – Lucida
26. Formica – Plastic Laminate – Matte
27. Carnegie Fabrics – Sheer Drapery – Alchemy
28. Maharam – Wallcovering
29. Match P5 – Lacquered Wall Panels – High Gloss-90 Sheen
30. Contcertex – Fabric Wrapped Panels – Incognitus Mosaic
31. Benjamin Moore – Paint – Eggshell
32. Bendheim – Backpainted Glass – 1125
33. LSI – 2x2 Recessed LED Fixture
34. Pinnacle – Recessed Linear LED Fixture
35. Pinnacle – Suspended Linear Led Pendant
36. Speculume – Suspended Led Pendant
37. Alphabet – Recessed Linear Led Fixture
38. Alcolyte – Led Tapelight + Channel
39. Spectrum/Contech – Recessed Led Light
40. LSI - Suspended Linear Led Light 
41. Alcolyte – RGBW Led Tapelight
42. Alcolyte –Recessed Led Light
43. Indy – Tunable White Led Pendant
44. MOOOI – Decorative Led Chandelier
45. Menu A/s – Incadescent Globe Pendant
46. Finelite – Suspended or recessed linear led fixture
47. Focal point –Suspended Linear Led Fixture
48. Lumenpulse – Led Cove Light
49. Vibia – Surface Mounted Accent Light
50. Pablo – Led Accent Pendant
51. USAI – Recessed Led Downlight
52. Axis – Recessed Linear Led Fixture
53. FLOS – Suspended Pendant

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