Commercial Work Loft Interiors

Ballard Work Loft

Salvaging wood and materials from an old office, to create a new one.

Newly relocated to Seattle from New York City, this dynamic company wanted a fresh space that visually aligned with the culture of the firm. The office needed to be comfortable for employees with a laid-back – yet professional – energy for receiving clients: a Ballard work loft was just the thing.

On a limited budget, we crafted custom furniture from door slabs, reused salvaged wood and furniture from their previous office, and kept a clean and consistent palette that aligned with their vision. Private offices are separated by divided-lite windows and doors providing the required acoustical separation for webcasting, while still integrating the offices with the rest of the workspace. A common area for gatherings serves as the heart of the space, which expands and contracts with the adjacent reception area to accommodate groups of two, or meetings with all hands on deck. The flexibility of the space mirrors the modern vibe of this progressive company.

Ballard Work Loft – Industrial Meets Modern Conference Room – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Conference Room in Muted Colors with Natural Wood – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Waiting Area in Lobby – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Employee Lounge Area – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Corner Lounge with a View – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Rustic Wood Details in a Modern Conference Room – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Pairing Industrial with Modern – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Pairing Industrial with Modern – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Conference Room with Rustic Wood – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Using Acoustic Tiles as Styled Accents – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Employee Kitchen & Lounge – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft – Industrial Meets Modern Conference Room – Board & Vellum
Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

Ballard Work Loft

Photo by John G Wilbanks.

B&V Project Team
Jeff Pelletier, AIA, CPHCPrincipal
Ryan AdanalianDesign Team
Matthew Hagen, AIADesign Team
Brian Baker, AIADesign Team
Robert Mech, AIADesign Team

Notes & Credits
Photos by John G Wilbanks Photography.

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