In today’s virtual world, employees crave flexibility in how and where they work. With more people working from home occasionally (if not all the time—thanks, COVID-19!), office design has evolved to embrace more of a comfortable, fluid vibe, where employees can huddle with teammates to brainstorm as quickly as they can hunker down to concentrate on an intense project.
Teammates put these ideas into practice recently with an office makeover for Ping Identity. The Denver-based software company provides intelligent identity security enabling global enterprises to deliver secure, seamless digital experiences for their workforce and customers. With architect DLR Group at the helm, the software firm had created a connective, innovative space at its downtown Denver headquarters, but wanted to enhance the “work from home” feel of its office even more for its 120 employees. Teammates stepped up to help, using fun, functional pieces to punch up conventional tech stations and invigorate the space with diverse, collaborative areas for meeting, eating, and working.
Teknion’s Leverage workstations were installed, which are sleek and easy to customize to fit a variety of needs, along with features that optimize space and inventory. Double Butter, a local manufacturer that uses sustainable materials, provided the break out seating. The custom Halcon conference table integrates storage compartments, and power/data hookups that keep tables free of clutter. Beautifully crafted JSI Native tables and Studio TK seating were used throughout the space to foster conversations and connection in workspaces, topped with Stylex seating to provide maximum comfort and stimulation for everything from formal gatherings to casual meetups.
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