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We designed a new marquee headquarters in downtown Manhattan for this financial firm. Collaboration, cultural interaction, and creativity between separate teams located on different floors is encouraged through the placement of three interconnecting staircases and open seating areas throughout the space.

Momentum relocated their St. Louis headquarters from a multistory suburban locale to a single floor office in a downtown high-rise. Employees have a number of environments where they can work, ranging from playful cafes, gaming rooms, open meeting areas to small focus rooms and phone rooms.

Wilton Brands' space exemplifies kitchen warmth with a bakery feel. Some of the key features of the space are a client showroom directly off their reception area at the base of the internal staircase, the cake decorating studio at the top of the interconnecting staircase, test kitchens, and new photography and video studios.

We created an environment that would support Orion’s move to an activity-based workstyle with no assigned seating or private offices. The space provides numerous options for employees to do collaborative and focus work as well as spaces for larger group meetings. 

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