Working with KS Partners, Ebbrell Architecture + Design created a workspace and small lab for MeMed in Andover. Based in Israel, MeMed started up in the US during the pandemic, with all team members working from home. EAD was thrilled to work with MeMed to establish their first US office in Andover. Taking advantage of the high deck height, EAD left most of the ceiling in the workspace and entry open to above and painted the main branch of ductwork a branded blue. Using the TI budget, EAD was able to create an innovative workspace for MeMed. Black door frames and hardware were used to have a modern feel, linear light fixtures and height adjustable workstations help with user comfort and adjustability.