San Francisco Bay Area companies have set office trends and adopted workplace designs that embrace the open office setup. But the sleek, colorful, open office environment isn’t just for high-tech companies anymore. We see healthcare, education, corporate and government offices straying from that ‘cubical’ look and incorporating designs in their workplaces that wow their employees and clients. Oregon organizations impress their clients by renovating, updating, and repurposing their workplaces to achieve that clean tech look that inspires creativity and attracts talent.
University of Oregon’s Track and Field – The University of Oregon’s Track and Field workspace is an impressive example of how furnishings can compliment office surroundings and even instill pride for an organization. To inspire staff and athletes in this environment, Herman Miller lounge furniture, is perfectly positioned to highlight the impressive features of the environment. The final design includes sleek furniture solutions in a combination of neutral and UO branding colors.
Levi Strauss & Co. – For Levi Strauss & Co’s working spaces, furnishing in vibrant colorways are installed in their lobby, open office areas and conference rooms. “Touchdown desks” are placed in Levi’s conference rooms so employees and guests can conduct personal business in a functional space.
The furnishing details and open office settings at University of Oregon and Levi Strauss & Co. allow for collaboration and innovation. Since these organizations’ used their brand colors in their furniture, their employees now work in motivating environments that reinforce their workplace culture. Our prediction is that these tech inspired trends will continue to spread throughout all industries in Oregon, and that’s okay, because our manufacturers are constantly studying and developing furnishings that are adaptable to workplace needs.