In Good Taste

A look at Coca-Cola's stunning Toronto office, designed by figure3

The main atrium makes optimal use of natural daylight for a bright, comfortable lounge or work area.
The main atrium makes optimal use of natural daylight for a bright, comfortable lounge or work area. Photo: Steve Tsai.
A themed hallway signals the transition from open to private spaces.
A themed hallway signals the transition from open to private spaces. Photo: Steve Tsai.
Vitamin Water bottles add rainbow-like ribbons upon entering a fourth-floor break area.
Vitamin Water bottles add rainbow-like ribbons upon entering a fourth-floor break area. Photo: Steve Tsai.
The lunchroom features decorative  areas for lounging as well as eating.
The lunchroom features decorative areas for lounging as well as eating. Photo: Steve Tsai.
The elevator lobby features a tapestry made of 16,000 red and silver bottle caps, designed by local Toronto artist Raymond Waters.
The elevator lobby features a tapestry made of 16,000 red and silver bottle caps, designed by local Toronto artist Raymond Waters. Photo: Steve Tsai.
The lunchroom features communal wood tables lined with red, silver, and gray Emeco chairs made from recycled aluminum cans.
The lunchroom features communal wood tables lined with red, silver, and gray Emeco chairs made from recycled aluminum cans. Photo: Steve Tsai.
Minimalist splashes of red and white appear throughout the office, including the kitchen space seen here.
Minimalist splashes of red and white appear throughout the office, including the kitchen space seen here. Photo: Steve Tsai.
The outdoor patio, offering views of the city, is equipped with Wi-Fi, varied seating, and barbeques. It also doubles as an event space.
The outdoor patio, offering views of the city, is equipped with Wi-Fi, varied seating, and barbeques. It also doubles as an event space. Photo: Steve Tsai.
The fourth-floor lounge is decorated with colourful sofas by Eoos and a table by Cory Grosser Design + Strategy.
The fourth-floor lounge is decorated with colourful sofas by Eoos and a table by Cory Grosser Design + Strategy. Photo: Steve Tsai.