Long-standing advertising agency North wanted a new workspace to support its multifaceted output which led to a multi-use build out to bridge the gap between creative ideation, production and client services. At a higher level, North needed a re-thought creative home base that reﬂected its aggressive internal reorganization and shifted the way employees interacted and teams worked together. Skylab found inspiration in the terrain and construction of remote arctic research stations and organized North’s disparate elements into three types of modules — public, oﬃce, and creative. They were laid out to create a dynamic work environment where a myriad of spaces were deﬁned, but the building’s existing historic shell remained untouched. Each of the modules was constructed and ﬁnished with unique materials that created three diﬀerent types of spaces that ﬂowed together seamlessly. The overall result is a blending of creativity, community and exploration that suits the agency perfectly.