Headspace office by Kelly Robinson, Santa Monica – California

April 10th, 2017 by retail design blog

Headspace’s vision to improve the health and happiness of the world immediately resonated with Kelly. When founders Andy Puddicombe and Rich Pierson asked for an environment where employees could be their their happiest, healthiest selves, it was perfect alignment. Together with Joelle Drury of Wolcott AI, Kelly lead the way to transform 18,000 square feet of raw production space into a balanced, playful home which would serve as Headspace’s first intentionally designed headquarters.

The brand exudes a whimsical, colorful, and playful tone, while it’s founders appreciate clean and minimal design. Culture manager Tom Freeman expressed a strong desire to bring the outside world indoors in a meaningful way, working as much as possible with elements of nature. And keeping in mind the company values of kindness, creativity, and authenticity, Kelly worked to create an end user experience that would allow these qualities to flow freely.

Designed by Kelly Robinson























http://www.kellyarobinson.com

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