Inside Upskill's new Tysons Corner office - DC


Aug. 16, 2017 12:46 pm

Inside Upskill’s new Tysons Corner office

The augmented reality software company is looking to encourage collaboration in a new space. We've got photos.

Outside looking in at Upskill.

(Courtesy photo)

Upskill has no shortage of business moves this year. The Northern Virigina company changed its name from APX Labs, raised a Series B backed by big players and acquired another company.

Recently, the company also made a physical move. It relocated from Herndon, Va., to a new office in Tysons Corner. It’s in the building at 8614 Westwood Center Dr.

Upskill, which makes augmented reality software to help manufacturers do safe and timely work, was looking to put an emphasis on collaboration at the new space. According to responses to questions sent by DC, the 19,000 sq. ft. space is arranged in a “Town Hall” office format.

“The new space’s fresh and innovative design goes hand-in-hand with the products we deliver and will inspire our employees to work together to keep Upskill moving forward,” the company stated. Additionally, the office has shared space, which will provide room for events like meetups, conferences and happy hours.

Inside Upskill's Tysons Corner office (Courtesy photo)

Inside Upskill’s Tysons Corner office (Courtesy photo)

As with any move, location was also an important consideration. Upskill also wanted to be closer to other tech companies. The office also offers access to transportation — less than half a mile from the nearest metro — as well as food options.

Here are some more photos of the space:

Outdoor seating at Upskill's Tysons Corner office.

Outdoor seating at Upskill’s Tysons Corner office (Courtesy photo)

Upskill is looking to encourage collaboration at its new office. (Courtesy photo)

Upskill wants to encourage collaboration at its new office (Courtesy photo)

Desks at Upskill's Tysons Corner office.

Desks at Upskill’s Tysons Corner office.(Courtesy photo)



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