After a design team cooked up an idea for a famous catering company, they needed people who could work with interesting ingredients.
Using fresh, local ingredients, CxRA is known for using its catering skills to turn any event into a delicious culinary treat for the palette. Now when a company has a reputation for delivering extraordinary food experiences like that, they deserve a space just as extraordinary.
After we revamped their NY office, this global ratings agency gave us five stars.
DBRS is a globally recognized credit ratings agency with offices in Canada, North America, and Europe. As the fourth largest ratings agency in the world, this privately held company is all about differentiating itself from the competition.
This data-driven marketing service was driven to revamp their entire space.
Tech Target offers data-driven marketing services to technology vendors. And they wanted their office space to be as interesting as their services.
This company’s approach to digital marketing is unconventional. The same can be said for its redesigned office space.
When it comes to their approach to marketing, Code & Theory has a reputation for breaking the rules. They don’t want to be limited by anything but their own creativity.
From the minute people walk through the door, they have to feel like they’re working with, or in, a company that’s a true innovator in today’s media world. In fact, everything about this space has to reinforce that image.
A challenging assignment. But what made it even more challenging was the fact that the space being renovated covered 30,000 sq. ft. — and had to be completed in three months.
Planet Partitioning have hit the US market with their demountable partitioning systems and doorsets. Having already installed their high acoustic performance products, p100 double-glazed partitioning screens and SonoTec doors, for Google at their New York offices at 85th St, 10th Avenue, a wide range of glazed screens and doors are now available to view at the Lewis Stevenson Office Solutions Showroom in mid-town, Manhattan.
What sort of workspace best serves an organization with an unwavering commitment to preserving our environment and a vision for a cleaner, healthier future?