Worklofts, formal offices, co-working spaces, open plan, private office…
What would you like your workspace to be?
Our team will work with you to take a careful inventory of what your team needs to do amazing work. Just like designing your home, designing the space where you spend a sizable part of your week is essential to ensuring that you are happy and healthy.
We take care to design office spaces that feel special, comfortable, and help reinforce your brand identity. They are spaces that should be at once functional and comfortable. Often, they form a key part of the impression a client or customer will have of your company.
We’ll work with you to ensure that all your needs are met — from spaces to host events, to unique employee amenities, to comfortable and productive workspaces — and together we will design an office space that helps make your work day enjoyable.
Is my TI budget too tight?
We work with tight budgets all the time. Whatever your budget is, we will be honest with you about what you can accomplish, and help you make strategic choices to stretch as much out of it as you can.
Can we stay open during this project?
Maybe? This all comes down to the extent of your project and your tolerance for construction noise and dust. It’s possible you’ll want (or need) to move out, at least for certain phases. We can help you navigate this schedule to minimize its impact on your business.
What if we don’t know what our “style” is?
Don’t worry! We work with companies that have run the gamut from, ”This is exactly what we want, we will be involved with every decision, and here is our branding package," to “Help us please, we‘re totally lost.” Wherever you fall, the design process will help us find the solutions you need, even if you didn’t know what the problem was.
Here are some highlights from our commercial office portfolio.
Or, a couple of helpful blog posts.
Do I Need to Permit My Commercial Space?
"Do I need to permit my commercial space?" If you are in Seattle, most likely, "Yes." The more important question is, "What type of permit do I need?" There are two major types of building permits in Seattle, and which type you need will impact your timeline for opening for business. Here’s how to plan.
How Long Does a Commercial Project Take?
One of the most frequent questions we get from business owners is, “How long will my project take?” Of course, this varies a lot based on the scope and parameters of your particular project, but here are the basics of the time it takes to move through each of the phases of a commercial project.
Considering a project? Or, just curious about something?
Send us your questions about design, architecture, interiors, landscape, third places, LEGO rooms… Anything, really. We’re always eager to meet new people, and we’d love to get to know you, your project, and your goals.