On top of that, they’ve ditched the stale, impersonal design of a corporate office.
Lee Harvey Oswald and the Hulk both contribute something to this Dallas office.
Views of the Space Needle and an actual barrel of monkeys enliven the new space.
Gensler gave this Dallas advertising agency’s office a bright, bold refresh.
Marketing agency Fingerpaint brings lots of color to their new office.
The Toronto ad agency’s new home is located in a former turn-of-the-century light bulb factory.
Hints: Eco-friendliness, hyper-efficiency, and location, location, location.
Designers took notes from Breather’s stylish small spaces and applied them to their new Montreal HQ.
The government workplace is undergoing a huge shift. See how designers have helped harness the change in the new Boston Public Schools offices.
Surf culture, history, and a sense of place ooze from the World Surf League’s new Santa Monica HQ.
They reduced their Washington, D.C. office space by nearly a third, while maintaining current staff levels of 150.
Among other things, they assigned “move coordinators” to stay in constant communication with their own staff.
Not even senior leadership gets a private office in this entirely open plan HQ.
Among other things, the office is laid out to reflect the city’s neighborhoods, and the furniture was made exclusively in London.
Check out this bright, open, and collaborative law firm in Philadelphia.