Early this year, we were approached by a local start-up company to transform a tired, long empty house into a modern, moody workspace for a small group of employees. We’re not sure exactly when the house was built, but it’s safe to say it was closer to the beginning of the last century than the beginning of this one. It was also obvious that the space had been renovated a few times before – most recently in the mid 90s, according to some of the relics left behind.
The client wanted the space to feel comfortable and cool in a way, let’s face it, most insurance agencies do not. The aim was to create a space that felt less water-cooler-talk and more craft-beer banter. For inspiration, we looked to the past (Mad Men era ultra-masculine patterns and textures), but also within the innovative present (Brooklyn-esque, moustache-filled communal workspaces).
Stay tuned as we’ll reveal the waiting room, upstairs powder room and main office next!
- Vladimir Pendant by LD Shoppe
- Black Jack by Benjamin Moore
- Abstract Triangle Curtains by West Elm
- Dylan Dining Table by CB2
- Mira Sconce by Cedar and Moss
- Mosaic Tile by Euro Tile & Stone
- Powder room print by ManMade Art