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Beyond Topiary

High-Traffic Gets the High-End Treatment at Capella Tower in Minneapolis


Today’s evolving workplace incorporates social spaces: flexible, communal, and inspiring environments that mix respite with recreation. With an emphasis on collaboration, these open-plan areas often provide access to natural daylight, ample lounge seating, and invigorating design elements that inspire creativity.

In the heart of Minneapolis, Minnesota, the iconic Capella Tower skyscraper provides 58 stories of corporate offices and is home to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the largest newspaper in Minnesota. The building’s three-story atrium features several retail amenities, lounge areas, and an art gallery. The Capella Tower’s recently redesigned rooftop deck welcomes colleagues and collaborators with warm, engaging, and functional areas equipped with a captivating array of JANUS et Cie furnishings.

Newly redesigned by Fluid Interiors, the 15th-floor rooftop patio offers drinks and dining experiences, Wi-Fi access, expansive views of the downtown area, and even a giant chess board for those seeking a bit of friendly competition during the workday. Dining and bar areas are accentuated by the crisp silhouettes of Niwa barstools, counter stools, and side chairs. In the “play” area, the SEE! collection’s modular configurations highlight the rooftop’s contemporary touches: cool blue and brown hues with subtle geometric motifs.

Click here to see more photos of this project and browse all the collections featured. Photographed by Brandon Stengel of Farm Kid Studios.

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