Atlanta, GA, USA
Seattle-based business & technology firm helps companies tackle ambitious projects, redefining what’s possible and creating what’s next. With thriving offices across the globe and growing rapidly, they were looking for a partner who could deliver an efficient and streamlined process, and support design standardization across their workplaces.
We partnered with the firm to help them expand their Atlanta location into the newly built Ponce Ave. building across from the vibrant Ponce City Market. As a Forbes 100 Best Place to Work Company they wanted their new space to connect with their people, clients, and community, embracing their culture and brand, and mirroring their foundations. Working closely with the decision makers and in-house designer, we were able to conceptualize their design vision, bringing in differentiators to make the space unique, while supporting their “office typicals” and futureproofing for growth. Throughout the process we overcame landlord occupancy and building code challenges to meet their business and workplace goals.
With our integrated approach, use of smart technology, and global capacity, we were able to collaborate with their internal team to create a creative and unique design concept that blended their aesthetic and typicals in line with their standards. Paying homage to the city, the office has industrial and modern features, with concrete floors, black metal accents, and pendant light fixtures. Customized tiled backsplashes, a unique paint scheme, and string party lights thoughtfully integrate the local environment with the office interior. A variation of space types supports their agile work style and client
needs from phone booths, to workstations, to conference rooms and collaboration and socializing hubs.
The completed space seamlessly blends functionality, culture, and community for a truly exceptional experience for staff and clients. From the location to office layout and innovative design, the firm is poised to help their clients go beyond the expected. Decision makers were happy with the delivery and the in-house designer enjoyed the collaboration with the design team.