Eppstein Uhen Architects recently created a stunning converted factory office for Johnson Controls in West Allis, Wisconsin. The beautiful building boasts original exposed beams from the structure's storied past as a 1940s era Allis Chalmers manufacturing plant.
The new, contemporary workplace is colorful, open concept and boasts plenty of natural sunlight maximized with floor ceiling windows. The converted factory office, which looks like something off of a Google campus, is largely steel grey but sprinkled with bold colored accents in the form of furniture, walls and some very chic lighting fixtures.
With plenty of space to mingle, gather, hold meetings or lounge, the new Johnson Control office is sure to be a place where collaborative innovation gives way to a highly encouraging work environment.
This Converted Factory Office in Wisconsin Dates Back to the 1940s
1. Converted Factory Offices - The trend of converting old factories into modern office spaces presents an opportunity for businesses to create unique and inspiring work environments.
2. Open Concept Workplaces - The trend of open concept workplaces offers businesses the opportunity to foster collaboration and creativity among employees.
3. Industrial Aesthetics - The trend of incorporating industrial design elements in office spaces allows businesses to create a visually appealing and unique work environment.
1. Architecture and Design - The architecture and design industry can capitalize on converting old factories into modern office spaces.
2. Furniture and Interior Design - The furniture and interior design industry can cater to the demand for open concept workspaces by providing innovative and functional furniture solutions.
3. Lighting and Fixtures - The lighting and fixtures industry can contribute to the trend of industrial aesthetics by offering stylish and unique lighting options for office spaces.