Harry’s New York headquarters, designed with Living Office principles, has a variety of group spaces that instill a sense of belonging among employees. In these spaces, people can comfortably connect, share a meal, or have conversations.
An architecture firm looked to Living Office for inspiration when designing its new home. The resulting workplace not only improved efficiency, but also better reflects the firm’s family-centric culture.
Harry’s, a shaving product start-up, designed its new headquarters using Living Office principles. It’s a space that expresses the company’s purpose, supports the activities of their people, and serves as a powerful tool for attracting and retaining talent.
Herman Miller’s Living Office in Hong Kong nurtures diverse types of work with an array of supportive settings.
For the team at fuseproject, an industrial design firm, creativity hinges on people’s ability to easily connect with others. Their headquarters, a Living Office, allows people to freely and naturally move throughout the space—increasing the speed at which innovation occurs.
For beverage company Mars Drinks, fostering a clear sense of purpose among employees is a top priority. Their Living Office is helping them do this with settings where people can come together, share ideas, and discuss work in progress.
Photographer: Halkin Mason Photography. Photo courtesy of Mars Drinks