In Good Taste A look at Coca-Cola's stunning Toronto office, designed by figure3 January 2, 2015 Kathleen Fox 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. Photo: Steve Tsai. 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. 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. Photo: Steve Tsai. 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. 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. Photo: Steve Tsai. The fourth-floor lounge is decorated with colourful sofas by Eoos and a table by Cory Grosser Design + Strategy. Photo: Steve Tsai.