A tenant improvement for a 1,420 sf office space in a LEED Gold certified building
A tiny, tiny office demands total flexibility. For this boutique marketing strategy and design firm, our designers were able to fit six desks, a kitchen, layout space, conference table, screening area, and ample storage all in a space that is under 1,500 sf. On top of that, about 50% of the walls are tall, floor to ceiling windows, so there was little space to design against the walls and mitigating glare was a high priority.
The result is an open, airy space, with high, white, exposed ceilings. Specifically placed furniture creates different rooms within the space, but, with the exception of the desks, allows for re-arrangement. Cleverly designed storage space hides everything in plain sight while long view lines means important, collaborative elements – such as the flat screen TV and graphic image wall that are fundamental to their business – can be viewed comfortably from various spots throughout.
The ground floor doors open to a branding wall that delineates between public and private space, an important consideration as the office door is the first thing viewed when entering the building’s courtyard from the street.