As a hybrid of manufacturing, creativity and administrative services, Fracture (frame + picture) faced unique challenges. Their large, open space was a collection of “dumpster-doven” office chairs and lawn furniture, desks built on cinder blocks, and a single ratty couch that may have appeared on Miami Vice. It didn’t live up to their vibe, or their innovative approach.
Today, that’s all changed. Fracture’s space is as inspiring as their revolutionary product. And now their office layout fits their hybrid-automated-creative-collaborative needs. As you can see, they’ve come a long way.