Case Study

Fortune 50 Software Company

Corporate Self-Serve Markets

Whether it’s by donating 2.6 million daily in software to nonprofits or 1 billion in funding to charities over the years, this tech giant’s mission is to empower every person and every organization. Our mission was to create common areas for workers that reflected and enhanced that company culture through design.

Efficiency, wellness, trust, Salas O’Brien’s artists concentrated of how to bring each of these enriching qualities to the individual employee and the numerous self-serve markets they worked on.

Unified branding accompanied all locations, providing a recognizable layout that would easily guide users through each space. Healthy, sustainable food options for sound bodies and sounds minds were made readily available with little effort. A self-pay honor system was installed and included, which helped imply a trusted relationship between employer and employee.

Because of these renovations, workplaces remained comfortable, workforces remained productive, and consumers, most importantly, remained empowered by the technological and charitable contributions of this company.

Highlights

Location:
Seattle, Sammamish, and Bellevue, Washington

Construction Cost:
$ 450,000 to $ 900,000

Project Size:
450 to 2500 Square Feet

Discipline:
Interior Design

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