To unify company operations and relieve overcrowded departments, the new TruHearing corporate office at Vista Station is a simple, efficient work space. High ceilings complement vibrantly green painted walls of the reception area and conference room. Elsewhere, bold colored collaboration spaces invite casual conversation and are loci for corporate branding and comfortable furniture. Large, floor-to-ceiling windows create light filled work areas with perimeter administrative offices. The second floor is dedicated to open office spaces designed with a contemporary feel. It was important to the owners that employee-centric amenities were included in the design, and are apparent in the details, lighting, and furniture of the break room, lounges, fitness center, and bike storage pavilion.
SERVICES: Interior Architecture, Interior Design
Security requirements dictated by HIPPA rules required personal lockers outside the secure workspace for cell phones and personal items separate from work areas. MHTN viewed this as an opportunity to co-locate relaxed space with lockers – Break Rooms, Lounge and Phone Rooms – so when folks needed a break, snack or a chat all their belongings were there.
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Draper, UT | 50,000 sf | $2.3 M | 2016
Daylight played a big role, carving large swaths of the floor plate for open office with access to the perimeter windows. Collaboration spaces and enclosed conference rooms were placed centrally in the floor plate.