Enclose walls and Lotus chairs in a private conference room at Haworth's Harper Collins client space.
In order to evolve towards a more engaging work environment, the majority of employees (including the CEO) now sit in an open office plan to promote an authentically collaborative culture and have access to daylight and views throughout the space.
Haworth Collection LTB seating provides spaces for respite or informal collaboration.
In addition to providing adequate storage, workstations were intentionally equipped with exterior facing display shelves to incorporate displayed artifacts that contribute to a richly branded experience for both employees and visitors.
In order to ensure maximum space utilization, private offices were designed with both flexibility and collaboration in mind.
HarperCollins’ new New York headquarters is not only a state of the art workspace but it is also designed as a showcase of the company’s rich culture as the world’s leading book publisher.
Ample storage provides access to inspiration as it makes a strong and authentic brand statement.
In order to support successful open plan workstyles, the new headquarters was intentionally designed to provide workers with adequate space for heads-down work and private phone calls.
Check out this headquarters renovation in a historical building that has an open floor plan designed to support the needs of workstyles requiring visual and acoustical privacy.
See the refreshed Convene corporate office featuring new training rooms and social spaces.