Workplace Resource

Workplace Resource
Denver, CO

The downtown satellite office and event space (located in the Lodo neighborhood, a block from Coors Field) is intended to be the "brand beacon" for their larger suburban location, a marketing tool for the company and a resource for designers and customers alike. The concept revolves around the idea of disruption, specifically Steve Job's design brief for the Snow White Project (the seven components that eventually became the Macintosh computer): "I want Bob Dylan songs." In this case, that means the design will be poetic and emotional; provocative and disruptive; innovative and adaptable.