Atomic Fiction Workspace

In 2014, Atomic Fiction, the world-renowned visual effects studio, announced the opening of a subsidiary in Montreal. Today, the custom designed office by O+A occupies a beautiful space near Place des Arts and is able to welcome a hundred of talents. Inspired by the elegance of Hollywood and tinged with a modern twist, the concept gives the personal work stations the textures and spirit of a backstage workshop. The layout encourages creativity, thanks to the storyboards developed by our team. These imposing structures, made of aluminum arches, felted acoustic panels and white boards, are perfect for exchanging ideas.


Atomic Fiction

Architects / Designers



Storyboards and Neon Sign


Storyboards: Assembly of welded 4″ x 4″ x 0.25″ aluminium arches, black baked painting,47 grooved and lacquered MDF panels, ezoBord acoustic panels with V-Notch pattern and whiteboards

Neon sign: acrylic case, mirror back, clear acrylic cover with mirror tinting inward and visible black (outward), neon 12mm star-shaped inside

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