The lobby and third floor common area design for this central Austin office tower sought to go outside the box to attract young and creative tenants to the building. The first floor lobby introduced two murals of custom-cut colorful felt panels showing a scene of Austin's skyline from underneath one of its bridges and the infamous bats that live within the bridge. A custom light fixture of glass globes on white tracks provides a playful rhythm to the ceiling. A handcrafted reception desk made of reclaimed long leaf pine anchors the long space to one side, while a seating area of mid-century furniture provides scale and texture to the felt panels beyond. The third floor elevator lobby utilizes the felt again in a graphic depicting the floor level and contrasts with custom CNC routed panels of vintage typewriter keys. The circular theme for the lighting is reinterpreted here with a random mixture of large inverted dome fixtures.