Microsoft Envisioning Center

Location Redmond, Washington
Design Principal Alan Maskin
Principal Stephen Yamada-Heidner

Microsoft’s Envisioning Center is an 8,000 square foot immersive experience designed to showcase demonstrate and inspire key customers, partners and employees about innovative future experiences using Microsoft technologies, and how Microsoft technologies could seamlessly integrate into daily life, five to ten years from now.

Each zone can be easily reconfigured to allow for the inevitable changes in technology or desired approach to presentation.

Alan Maskin Design Principal

Olson Kundig collaborated with Microsoft to develop the interior architecture—a flexible, yet permanent support infrastructure in which working physical environments representing home, work and “on-the-go” are presented. On-the-go, or the “third place,” is meant to represent spaces such as retail stores or restaurants, places other than work or home. Interior design by NBBJ.

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Team

Design Principal

Alan Maskin

Project Manager

Marlene Chen

Project Architect

Kristen Becker

Publications

2013

Tu, Janet I. “Honing Spaces of Future Homes.” The Seattle Times, 1 March 2013, A8-A9. Print.

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