Focused on handling the worldwide acquisition and redistribution of helicopters and parts, CUT asked MODULUS to transform an existing 10,000 square foot dingy, abandoned warehouse building into a working environment they could thrive within.
One, it was decided, rich with light, space, and shadow that would exemplify the company to literally and figuratively reach new heights. Our team quickly and collectively began to draw inspiration from the business on two levels.
The teaming area is the nucleus of the customer interface and acts as the epicenter from which all other functions both radiate and focus, and is the concrete expression of the company’s customer-centered business model. Secondly, the gentle movements and celebration of light and shadow within the space all work to express a sense of delicate suspension, as if softly and serenely hovering in flight
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