Lauren Gardner, Director of Creative + Strategy, and Steven South, Design Director take a look at why environments that make employees feel at home and included are vital.
“The office has become more of a destination, and the design needs to reflect that. Employees are no longer enticed by traditional office settings where they’re surrounded by a sea of desks. Breaking up the floor plans creates neighborhoods of space – a key element to a conducive work environment where people can connect without feeling inundated. The concept of collaborative streets and plazas generates healthy traffic throughout an office where inclusion, mentorship, and a sense of place come naturally.”