Kimball Office Showroom by Studio O+A, Chicago – Illinois

November 20th, 2015 by retail design blog


Studio O+A has designed the showroom of office furniture manufacturer Kimball Office located in Chicago, Illinois.


The Kimball Office Chicago showroom was designed by Studio O+A, the award-winning San Francisco-based design firm known for bringing their sophisticated and urban aesthetic to companies across the United States, such as Uber, Microsoft, Yelp!, Cisco, and Reputation.com. Co-founded by the award-winning duo of Primo Orpilla and Verda Alexander, Studio O+A has been the recipient of a multitude of national and international honors, awards, and recognitions. They were tasked with continuing the refreshed and renewed design that the Kimball Office brand has most recently been known for.


“We’re excited to partner with Kimball Office for their Chicago showroom design,” said Orpilla. “For a while now we’ve been focusing on versatility in the office—making work spaces work for every user, every preference. The Chicago showroom is the perfect venue for that and Kimball Office the perfect company. We want the Kimball Office showroom to be a demonstration of how many ways a work environment can inspire, facilitate, accelerate, and make work fun.”


“The design of the Chicago showroom has generated an unprecedented amount of excitement in and around the Kimball Office brand”, said Mike Wagner, President, Kimball Office.

Design: Studio O+A
Photography: Jasper Sanidad


via Office Snapshots

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