Square Footage: 13,000 | completed june 2018 | Miami Gardens, FL

This executive office space for a local healthcare organization is anything but ordinary! Upon entering the space you are instantly greeted by a large-scale, linear wooden structure. This zone breaks up the open floorplan and allows for multiple casual meeting areas. The dropped ceiling is highlighted and outlined by a cove light and a change in paint color, making it a primary focal point. Seating areas are nestled within the corners of the structure, providing a more intimate and “resimmercial” feel. Planters are strategically incorporated along the edges, creating a privacy divider that brings the beauty of the outdoors inside.

Crisp white walls give this office a fresh look that is complemented by high contrast black glass frames. Neutral carpet planks are used as flooring throughout the office, where strategically placed color planks flow from the private offices into the paths of egress. More whimsical and fun patterns are found in group meeting rooms to add visual interest and aid in wayfinding.

The entry walls of the large executive conference room are encompassed by stunning slabs of marble. A bookmatched pattern frames announces the entrance of this important meeting space, while setting it  apart from the rest of the interior. Inside, a raw edge conference table takes center stage and built-in casework along the perimeter accommodates coffee and snacks as needed.

Located across from the coffee and tea bar is a colorful seating area filled with bohemian textiles and various botanicals. A built-in window seat stretches from corner to corner, with comfortable alternating cushions in pops of color. Suspended above, woven raffia lights call attention to the workstation of this this nook with a little extra sparkle. The interior design of this corporate space demonstrates that executive work environments can be very warm and welcoming, debunking the typical sterile stereotype.

Sultry | sophisticated | Organic | elegance 

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