Phase One of our office redesign and renovation is complete, and the Ants are excited and inspired by the sleeker, cleaner look.
The earth tones have been replaced with a fresh and modern color palette that reflects a creative environment. And desks have been rearranged and positioned to create more interaction between employees and also to help with the workflow.
The blue table is now black, the brown carpet is now multicolored and the office overall feels happier and brighter to AcrobatAnt. There’s now seating under our staircase and a big, steel desk at the front–featuring a very prominent letter A–welcoming guests.
When asked which aspect of the redesign was his favorite, Danny Sadler, creative director, had this to say, “We wanted our office to be a place for when clients or guests come through the door, they get a sense of what we are about.”
Another big focal point of the redesign was accentuating the texture and character of the historic building. The majority of the exterior walls were kept white so the exposed brick would stand out. The exposed brick helps bring some added warmth to the office and reminds us all what the Lincoln Plaza once was, a giant school on the corner of 15th and Peoria.
Keep your eye out for more changes in Phase Two of our redesign.