New York-based interior design company Homepolish recently moved into an open-concept office space. The fresh space was designed by the entire team to encourage collaborative work as well as display as much product as possible. In order to keep each employee stimulated, the concept of showcasing the company's ideas generates focus and creativity.
The idea behind the new Homepolish office is to utilize space in a unique way by eliminating the need for walls. The office focuses on playfulness and communal work environments. However, there are private work spaces that can be used during times of noisy office moments or simply to make phone calls.
The space is designed to provide designated areas for meetings, lounging and dining. The 5,000-square-foot office is "an experimental laboratory for testing our commercial space ideas before implementing them in client offices."
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