In less than two years, marketing software company ActiveCampaign quadrupled its staff, becoming a buzzworthy name in the tech industry and one of the fastest growing companies in Chicago. CEO & Founder Jason VandeBoom envisioned a new office that was truly employee-centric.
One Kings Lane commissioned AE Superlab to design the brand’s new creative headquarters in New York City. Located between Soho and Tribeca, the 40,000-square-foot space contains both an office and showroom.
Voices.com was looking for a fresh start in a new space–a space which would accommodate rapid and continued growth in a high-energy environment, while remaining budget friendly and on a very tight timeline.
The idea that our surroundings affect our mood, productivity, and creativity was taken literally by the designers at Arkiplan International when they designed their office in a way that keeps employees’ creativity, energy, and spirit scales high.
First there was working in the company office. Then there was working in your home office. Then there was Starbucks and the rise of the “third space”. Now the three are merging in the growing trend of “resimercial” design.
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.
There’s a burgeoning crop of niche co-working spaces that have unique points of view on what shared workspace is all about. Check out these profiles of three companies with unique perspective on how co-working is evolving.
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.