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Project Manager: Tom Seter


The Bringg company offices are located in Azrieli Towers on the 18-19th floors in the Triangle tower, spanning over 3,000 square meters.

Bringg develops logistic management systems and cargo deliveries. The company was founded in 2013 and currently employs 200 employees, 120 in Israel and 80 in the United States, United Kingdom and Brazil.

The company’s technology interfaces with organizations’ CRM systems, their inventory management systems, their eCommerce systems and their proprietary delivery systems.

Thus, customers can enjoy a single interface that manages all delivery stages—starting with locating inventory, through to identifying and activating an available delivery person, and ending with delivery coordination and customer updates regarding delivery location in real time. The system is cloud-based with a SaaS model.

The COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to a drastic increase in the demand for deliveries worldwide, has expedited the growth of the company. Amongst the company’s clients are leading conglomerates such as Walmart, McDonalds, Coca Cola and KFC.

The company’s new offices overlook a breathtaking panoramic view. Starting from the Mediterranean Sea and all the way to the Shomron Mountains, it is a 360-degree view of uninhibited urbanism. The project included “open space” work areas, conference rooms and elegant management offices, walls covered with live plants, a colorful kitchen and cafeteria area, large assembly hall, main hall, Phone booth and a welcoming reception area.

Between the two office floors an impressive staircase was built, combining elements of steel, wood and glass. This required opening up the concrete ceiling and creating a wide opening. This is very intricate and complex engineer work, which includes constructive steel beams.

The stylish design formulated by the architect Eli Cohen was characterized by elegant lines, a vibrant color palette and unique plaster details. Besides the colorful carpet tiles, hardwood tiles were placed, combining a grey base with different pastel hues.

A microtopping casting was carried out in the kitchen area, into which oak hardwood tiles were sunk, creating a spectacular “floating island in space” effect.

The carpentry work included floating shelves on the perimeter of the walls, along with cream-colored hidden cabinets.

The carefully selected, exclusive light fixtures give a modern look to the space, which completes the classic overall design of the offices.

The project included 3D displays on the walls, floating acoustic tiles, intriguing graphics in pastel shades and even swings—oh yes, swings😊.

The team working on this project enjoyed every step of the process, they truly did not want it to end.

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