New MSN Offices in Mexico

newAnyone who has used the internet for more than a couple of months should be aware of the existence of the great MSN. This network has existed for quite some time now and they have been in the top providers list for a lot of time. They provide services such as mailing and chatting. Their focus is purely social as they also provide news to people and keep them updated through mobile internet and other methods. The company has come to grow in a very impressing way in the last years. Now, their focus is not only about the internet and the worldwide network in which people never actually see each other personally when talking to each other. They have been taking care of some personal contact as well. This is exactly why they are interested in opening new agencies and corporate offices in cultural places they have never visited personally. In this case, an agency has been opened in Santa Fe, Mexico. Mexico is a 2nd world country and it has a decent usage of internet. This means that Mexicans have actually heard and used a lot of MSN and its services. However, having an agency in the country is a very good commerce strategy from MSN. Now Mexicans and some other people from surrounding countries will hear more about the company and rent its services more confidently, because they can now actually see them and consult them physically whenever something goes wrong.

Now, let’s talk a little about the new office’s architecture. The place has a very clear concept. What I mean by this is that it is literary clear. It remains bright at any time of the day and that gives it a very fresh atmosphere both inside and out. The colors that are used inside the place are the common MSN colors that are seen everywhere. These are blue, green, baby blue and orange. These colors are very corporate, and they are defined to be one of the best combinations available for a socializing institution. They generate peace and make rooms very catchy and inviting.


The concept of the place was to create a complex interior in which offices were all separated by glass walls and other transparent pieces. This gave a very futuristic style to the place. The roof of the place is kept industrial but shinny and symmetrical. It is possible to see all the air conditioning tubes, connections and power cables in the roof a couple of yards above one’s head. However, the ceiling doesn’t look bad at all. It actually gives it a very corporate style.

Something very nice about the new offices is that there is a multi-uses space.  This place has no defined function, but it works great for any kind of usage. There are divisions that can work as offices or sub-offices or as a team work main office. It is something that other office centers have not taken into consideration yet.

Besides looking good, being inviting and simple at the same time, the place is extremely efficient. It is designed to save more than 20% of the water that is normally used in a building of its magnitude. It also saves twenty percent of all electrical energy. This is what makes the MSN new Mexican concept something to admire and applaud. The paintings used inside and outside the place are low in VOC’s. This is a repellent for air pollution. This was used considering the amount of air pollution that is normally found in Mexico main cities, such as Santa Fe. MSN has definitely made the right decision with this building.


6 Responses to “New MSN Offices in Mexico”

  1. Stefab says:

    What for an future-office! This is a very good sample.

  2. Lydia says:

    Wow thats an office! I like very much!

  3. homeindo says:

    Something beautiful and awesome i find here..the room looks so spacious with its premium space..i like it a lot…thank you anyway for sharing

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