Creating a cohesive network of individual and group workspaces enhances a more collaborative culture for a growing international company.
When they needed to accommodate more employees, an international publishing company looked to Ebbrell Architecture + Design for advice in creating a more collaborative workspace in a new location. Challenged with also integrating the brand’s newly developed workplace standards, the design team incorporated the company’s directives with a layered floor plan that balanced zones for independent work with collaborative work areas.
- Developed a floor plan to accommodate 133 employee workstations with a combination of small group huddle rooms, phone booths, conference rooms, and flexible meeting areas.
- Helped manage staff expectations in moving from a more traditional closed office setting into a workspace with zero private offices.
- Deployed thoughtful, sleek design strategies for the reception area and break room.
- Created a divisible, technology-driven large training room and outfitted it with a flexible furniture solution to meet a variety of staff training needs.