Peek

                                                         intr.v. peeked, peek·ing, peeks
                                                         1. To glance quickly.
                                                         2. To look or peer furtively, as from a place of concealment.
                                                         3. To be only partially visible, as if peering or emerging from hiding.


I designed peek at Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles as a comment to the open office. Where there are lots of open spaces and also the closed meeting rooms. Peek is designed to be a place in between where you can still be a part of the surrounding interaction but choose whether to take part or remain in your own bubble. I feel the next generation work and relax in a lot of different unorthodox seated positions. That is why Peek is wide and deep to accomodate movement and flexibility in how you choose to position yourself.