Technology Company: This technology company wanted to build a unique space that could attract and engage great talent. This company was able to build their culture with very specific aesthetics driven by custom furniture.
Bleacher Report: Bleacher Report came to One Workplace wanting fun, colorful, cost-effective furniture for the common areas in their office. Incorporating vibrant, functional pieces, One Workplace designed collaborative spaces that reflect their culture but stayed within their budget.
Geeknet: One Workplace was asked to do a redesign that embraced current thinking in workspace planning and was on par with technology media/product companies. The space was opened to encourage more interaction and create more workspace where employees are encouraged to collaborate.
Google: For Google, the architectural firm was trying to achieve an industrial street-style for the overall design. One Workplace helped source some unique ancillary furniture, like reclaimed skateboard tables, to keep the space fresh and ‘Googley’ for the end users.
Kiva: One Workplace, in conjunction with Studios Architecture, developed furniture setting that are fun, functional and integrate into the aesthetics of space. The rooms are themed around countries in which Kiva makes loans.
Palo Alto Veterans Affair: The VA approached our team to discuss a new mental health facility that would have more of a residential feel and provide the best possible care for Veterans. They wanted our Veterans to have support that focused on their recovery while providing patient safety and engagement.
Santa Clara University: Mobile furniture allows for simple reconfiguration, creating spaces that are conductive to both individual work and collaborative interaction. The use of green materials has allowed Santa Clara to promote a sustainable environment, while protecting the health of students and staff.
Ubiquity: The task was simple, create a simple, cost-effective, and impressive space in the form of an incubator style office, and really take advantage of the space since we have so few employees, and above all, make it impressive.
Intuit: One Workplace built a dedicated team around Intuit to meet all of their unique needs, including the integration of furniture and technology. By forming a strong, collaborative team of sales, design, project management, and engineering, we were able to focus 100% on this project.
Skype: When Skype began the process of redesigning their space they looked for a solution that would offer flexibility to meet their ever-changing needs. Together with Blitz, One Workplace created a space that was functional for many groups and could meet the requirements of all users.
Stanford d.School: The d.School’s philosophy holds that space, furniture, tools, and technology are integral to pedagogy. Students are encouraged to display their ideas and work in progress. See how they use their space to promote behaviors critical to design thinking, such as empathy and experimentation.
Vodafone: Companies everywhere are scrambling to adapt to a more global, mobile, and collaborative business model. Few companies, however, are taking advantage of these changes like Vodafone, the world’s leading international mobile telecommunications group.
Accenture: A leader in alternative work strategies such as hotelling, Accenture prides itself on its efficient use of real estate. But what sets the company apart is how it considers the workplace holistically. It’s Workplace 2.0 strategy sets high standards for what it terms “The Four E’s” of efficiency, effectiveness, engagement, and environment, with collaboration as a baseline.
Metro Health Hospital: A new hospital offers the opportunity to leverage insights for any healthcare space, new or renovated. From ways to make space part of the healing process, to finding innovative furnishings and employing design strategies for sustainability, the new Metro Health Hospital that opened for the first time in September, 2007 offers plenty of inspiration.