With an aim to encourage cross-functionality and collaboration among teams, design firm Sasaki executed an open concept space for SharkNinja, bringing together multiple offices and hundreds of employees for the first time.
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Security software company Trend Micro enlisted lauckgroup to artfully design their new Austin office as an innovative and open space that prioritizes the company’s emphasis on employee collaboration and interaction.
Paddy Power Betfair tasked Morphoza with the challenge of designing a better working environment, while also solving functionality issues, improving productivity, attracting new staff and retaining and engaging current staff.
When Ottobock decided to move its U.S. headquarters from Minneapolis to Austin, it tapped Page to transform 37,000 square feet of raw space into an inspiring workplace that would galvanize its employees to make the move.
Earlier this year we visited ASID’s new headquarters as they were awarded LEED and WELL Platinum Certification status. Wendy Feldman Block of Savills Studley has followed up with additional background…
West Elm wanted its new corporate HQ — located in the historic 1860s Empire Stores building on the East River in Brooklyn — to be a timeless, sophisticated space with more of an art gallery vibe and less of a trendy office look.