While the future of the office is still unclear, one thing is clear, your environment matters and offices need to be creating flexible work spaces that have a variety of environments. Over the years we've been a part of so many office environments and build outs. Check out some of our work below, from coast to coast, and in just about any style or size.
Kitchens + Break RoomsA place to rest, recharge or even flexible work space! Well designed break rooms and kitchens can feel like an extension of the office. Our work spans from cabinetry and storage to countertops and tables. Your kitchen and break room is an opportunity to tell your team just how much you care.
Design Credit | Photo 1- Black Ink Studio and Mary Dietsch Architecture & Design. Photo 2- GRA+D Architecture. Photo 3- Black Ink Studio, Mary Dietsch Architecture & Design. Photo 4- Stephanie Schlegel. Photo 5- GRA+D Architecture. Photo 6- none. Photo 7- none. Photo 8- Stephanie Schlegel. Photo 8- Black Ink Studio and Mary Dietsch Architecture & Design. Photo 9- Andrea Black
Big or small, it doesn't matter. A space for the team to meet, collaborate and connect will never go out of style. Features like data, power, charging stations and so much more are popular with our clients. But if you just want a table, we've got you😉
Design Credit | Photo 1- Sketchblue and Nicole Faccinto. Photo 2- GRA+D Architecture. Photo 3- none. Photo 4- Andrea Black. Photo 5- RED Architecture.
Modular TablesOur HIVE tables offer the flexibility your team demands! The HIVE tables are created for connectedness, pairing modular flexibility and modern design. Clean lines and ergonomic proportions make them the perfect solution for event and co-working spaces. HIVE tables provide a seemingly endless amount of configurations, and are well suited in sets of 3.
Design Credit | Photo 1- Unispace. Photo 2-4 RED Architecture. Photo 5- none.
They don't have to be cubicles, or specifically assigned to a team member. Just a defined work space to be productive. Having a variety of spaces to meet everyone's needs is always a good idea and provides different options for people throughout the week.
Design Credit | Photo 1- Black Ink Studio and Mary Dietsch Architecture & Design. Photo 2-3 Stephanie Schlegel. Photo 4- GRA+D Architecture. Photo 5- Black Ink Studio and Mary Dietsch Architecture & Design. Photo 6- GRA+D Architecture. Photo 7- Unispace
Unexpected ElementsAn unexpected design element in the office is always a crowd pleaser. Whether stadium seating, a collaborative work space, respite room or a private changing space, think outside the box when designing your office space. We've built an array of spaces and elements in offices near and far.
Design Credit | Photo 1- Black Ink Studio and Mary Dietsch Architecture & Design. Photo 2- none. Photo 3- RED Architecture. Photo 4- Dupler. Photo 5- none. Photo 6- M+A Architecture
A warm welcome is always a good idea because you know the saying "you never get a second chance to make a first impression". We've built reception desks to fit any style or function and they are such a great way to showcase your brand.
Design Credit | Photo 1- Double Knot. Photo 2- Stephanie Schlegel. Photos 3-6- none.
Ancillary FurnitureThere is plenty of furniture an office needs that isn't a dedicated work space. We've built everything from lobby furniture to office storage solutions. Our capabilities in wood and metal allow us to help build pieces for all your office needs.
Design Credit | Photo 1- M+A Architecture. Photo 2- Dupler. Photo 3- GRA+D Architecture. Photo 4- none. Photo 5- Stephanie Schlegel. Photo 6- Leslie Malkoff. Photo 7- none. Photo 8- GRA+D Architecture. Photo 8- Sidecar Creative. Photo 9- Stephanie Schlegel. Photo 10- GRA+D Architecture.
Whether you need a simple desk or help furnishing a sprawling office, we can help. It's such an honor to help create the spaces you spend your time and using your passion. If you're interested in exploring a project small or large, near or far, let's connect. The best way to get started is by filling out our Get A Quote form.