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Box Chicago

Client

BOX

For this project, the design team was tasked with using Box standards for the new office and incorporating local/regional influences into the design. The design response utilizes different periods and cultural references throughout Chicago’s history, while conforming to established Box workplace standards to create a unique user experience for Box customers and staff. The space plan is simple and easily navigated through four defined zones: Public, Collaboration, Workplace, and Support. The lobby/reception area of the Chicago office incorporates architectural and design elements from Chicago’s golden age, 1890 1930. These features include pressed tin ceilings, crystal chandeliers, wood flooring, velvet draperies, a speakeasy conference room, and a marquee logo creating a modern version of a turn of the 20th century salon with period influenced furniture. A 90-foot-long wall hosts an illustration by acclaimed illustrator Mike Reddy, featuring Sue the dinosaur and various Chicago landmarks and neighborhoods, as well as highlighting the community activities of Boxers. The open plan staff areas are broken into neighborhoods, and the Focus and collaboration pods are named for stops along the metro and the inner loop.

Box Chicago

Client

BOX

For this project, the design team was tasked with using Box standards for the new office and incorporating local/regional influences into the design. The design response utilizes different periods and cultural references throughout Chicago’s history, while conforming to established Box workplace standards to create a unique user experience for Box customers and staff. The space plan is simple and easily navigated through four defined zones: Public, Collaboration, Workplace, and Support. The lobby/reception area of the Chicago office incorporates architectural and design elements from Chicago’s golden age, 1890 1930. These features include pressed tin ceilings, crystal chandeliers, wood flooring, velvet draperies, a speakeasy conference room, and a marquee logo creating a modern version of a turn of the 20th century salon with period influenced furniture. A 90-foot-long wall hosts an illustration by acclaimed illustrator Mike Reddy, featuring Sue the dinosaur and various Chicago landmarks and neighborhoods, as well as highlighting the community activities of Boxers. The open plan staff areas are broken into neighborhoods, and the Focus and collaboration pods are named for stops along the metro and the inner loop.

Block 185

BAE Systems

The Honor Village

Henricksen

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