CO+LAB’s staff was actively involved in the design process, eager to craft that perfect experience for full-timers and visitors—and find the best place to stash their bikes. Adjustable lighting, massive west-facing windows and vaulted ceilings became a powerful trifecta to fuel client inspiration and employee productivity, while their inviting lobby beckons clients to come in and make themselves comfortable.
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Reclaimed wood flooring was used to visually connect the space: starting with the transaction top of the reception desk (with integrated back lit logo), to the wall in the seating area, surrounding the inset carpet in the conference rooms, and continuing into the “Octapen” which is separated from the seating areas by glass doors.
Beyond the escalator is a glimpse of the main upper retail level of nearly 20,000 square feet. The vast upper level was ideal for implementation of themed settings and features particular to product merchandising. Included include; rock climbing walls, a rain chamber, stylized footwear testing hill, and use of natural woods for display walls and fixtures.
The 12,000 square foot interior of this former department store has been transformed into an authentic brasserie with a full 150-seat dining room, private banquet areas, a 40-foot long zinc bar as well as a bakery/cafe. Antique mirrored walls, white marble mosaic tile floors, tin ceilings, and period fixtures are key elements to create a truly authentic turn-of-the-century experience.
Aiming to capture Snagajob’s “work hard, play hard” mentality, Baskervill designers developed an open and collaborative space, with few private offices, to evoke a community-based working environment. Natural light, and materials such as concrete, wood, and metal, serve as a canvas for custom furniture, bright splashes of color, and employee artwork.