Offices

Promote Better Collaboration Using More Adaptive Space

Current space planning trends are turning away from closed offices and cubicles and embracing a more open, and collaborative use of space with brighter interiors.

Businesses are often requiring more flexible square footage due to overall changes in the way people work. A NanaWall interior application provides flexible use of space and an opportunity to harvest natural daylight and views while also providing sound attenuation and privacy when needed.

Actelion

Preserving as much openness as possible and the gorgeous views while creating a flexible meeting room at Actelion’s U.S. Headquarters was a priority for this interior project.

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Amadeus

NanaWall Systems played a role in creating a successful “flexspace” at Amadeus North America.  The HSW 60 systems used provided the sound attenuation and privacy when needed.

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American AgCredit

Learn how TLCD Architecture designed this Building in Motion to accommodate rapid growth and change and to reflect the company culture of this growing financial institution.

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CompTIA Office

With "order and light" as the watchwords of the renovation project of the interior of CompTIA, KUBE set about finding ways to create a feeling of openness, while also providing privacy through sound attenuation.

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Dairy Farmers of America

By designing the conference room with PrivaSEE, this office achieved a space with a high degree of acoustic privacy, while maintaining a sense of openness.

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DEG Headquarters

The DEG headquarters in Cologne has been an example of innovative office architecture since its conception in 2008. It doubled-down on its innovative reputation in 2018 with a unique approach to creating usable space: placing a “Cloud” in the building.

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Edmunds HQ

Integrated outdoor courtyard, amenities, and moveable glass walls define the flexible layout and employee satisfaction of this collaboration-driven office space.

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Gensler Morristown

See how the architectural firm, Gensler, uses their own New Jersey office as a test lab for collaborative workspace design.

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Gunster Law Office

This forward-thinking law firm was designed for openness and transparency, yet provide the confidentiality legal clients expect.

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Helios

In a tenant improvement, available space is finite, and at a premium.  See how to transform space, on demand, into different-sized rooms with different functionalities.

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Paramit Corporation

This medical device engineering firm desired a new attractive working environment that was open and collaborative yet confidential and private on-demand.

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SK&A Office

This office leveraged existing elevator lobby space to create a flexible, versatile public-facing conference room using a frameless opening glass wall.

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Snap-on

The goal at Snap-on Tools was to have a flexible space where smaller areas could be opened up to each other to accommodate large groups and still be able to afford some sense of privacy and quiet when the spaces were divided.

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Visa One Market

“They love it and are extremely happy with the space. People love to walk around to soak in the view.”

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