Daily meeting space and general hub of everything.
Environmental aesthetic affects mood and mental brainpower. As a creative agency, we understand firsthand the importance of aesthetics and the need to create space for creativity to grow. Which is why moving office locations provided the perfect opportunity for an office redesign, incorporating everything we’ve valued and wanted in our workplace culture. Take a virtual tour of our digs, and get a feel for yourself.
First thing your eyes see as you walk through the door.
Forty heads are better than one, so collaboration was a big part of our office redesign process. An employee-wide Pinterest board and group Hoshin brainstorm exercise helped determine the look and everyone’s biggest needs for productivity. And so the new pad now features multiple work stations, lots of plant greenery, and an open environment for easy conversation.
We’re pretty happy with our converted warehouse space. Everyone sits together at open desks, lending to a collaborative vibe as we each tackle various projects throughout the room. Worlds away from the cubicle lifestyle most people are resorted to, the open seating helps enhance free thinking and creative flow.
Heads up, headphones on. Everyone sits at pairs of desks facing each other.
A standing table and couches offer a nice change of scenery.
Centrally located in the front entryway by the kitchen, we all vie for a seat at the table, ready for the French press coffee to pour.
One of many conference rooms, our Retro Room has groovy wallpaper and fixtures, a record player, and an overall 60s vibe.
With a set budget and ideas in mind, we split into teams to create the most functionally fun interior designs we could think of. With dark wood, an arm chair, and posters on the walls, the Sherlock Room is certainly our most academically minded meeting space.
In a galaxy far away, the light-infused futuristic-looking Space Room‘s mostly reserved for cofounder and “big-picture” meetings.
With a low-lying table and floor pillows to lean on, the Krishna Room doubles as a meeting space for client calls and team brainstorms.
The warehouse’s garage-style walls open to a back patio with picnic seating and a ping-pong table, perfect for a quick tournament before heading back inside.
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