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Ottobock Gets New Austin Offices that Inspire Staff to Make a Big Move

When Ottobock decided to move its U.S. headquarters from Minneapolis to Austin, it tapped Page to transform 37,000 square feet of raw space into an inspiring workplace that would galvanize its employees to make the move.

Employee Engagement was Key to the Design of New LA Offices

Employee engagement in the change management process was integral to the success of the design of a space, which collocated 13 companies into shared spaces.

Hold That Pen! Think Branding Before – Not After – You Sign a Lease

Consider this: Will a particular space help you to take your brand to the next level? Does the location align and accentuate your employees’...

CEOs Talk Workplace: Interview with Kenn Fine

Find out how Kenn Fine, Founder and Creative Principal of FINE, created a space that embodies the essence of the company’s brand. After a preliminary discussion evaluating...

An NYC Swimwear Designer Gets a Redesigned Space to Reflect its Brand

Swimwear designer In Mocean Group relocated to the heart of Midtown Manhattan with a vision for a branded space that conjures the ocean.

American Greetings Gets a Space That’s as Creative as its People

In designing American Greetings’ new creative studios and headquarters, CallisonRTKL created a range of “neighborhoods” to suit an array of work styles and the spectrum of employee needs.

AvePoint’s Polished Yet Playful Richmond, Virginia Offices

Baskervill’s designers helped AvePoint, a digital cloud solutions firm, create a polished yet playful environment for its new offices in Richmond's Riverfront Plaza tower.

N6A’s Comfortable, Collaborative and Culturally Aligned NYC Headquarters

Staff feedback guided the design of N6A's new HQs in SoHo. The result is a collaborative space, in which the brand is literally written on the wall.

Different Spaces Tell Different Stories: Why Companies are Embracing Environmental Branding

As environmental branding continues to trend, businesses are experiencing benefits beyond adding a splash of color to the office.

How the ’70s Influence the Design of Today, and Other Industry News

Revisiting a 1974 Humanscale design manual, how to get employees excited about going into the office, and new layout strategies.

Trend Micro’s Collaborative, Light-Infused San Jose Office

The cybersecurity company has a bright, community-oriented new space in Downtown San Jose. Cybersecurity company Trend Micro hired Dallas-based interior architecture firm lauckgroup, alongside OMNIPLAN...

Radio Flyer Gets a Makeover as Playful and Imaginative as its 100-Year-Old Brand

The new space is "almost whimsical," a perfect fit for the company's playful brand. When it came time to refresh Radio Flyer’s headquarters in Chicago,...

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