The financial services company 'LGM' in Vancouver, BC was created by the design firm 'DIALOG.'
The CEO of LGM Adam Hill wanted a space that represented the fact that the company provides warranties and solutions for automotive brands. As a result, much of the space has car-themed elements. This comes in the form of shattered glass panels to represent windshield repair, refurbished car engines as decor and table bases and vintage seat belts that function as privacy dividers. A unique addition to the LGM office that is seemingly unrelated to cars is the life-sized chess game that is set up in the office's outdoor patio.
This office's design allows it to remain on-brand while functioning as a space that is productive, collaborative and playful.
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The LGM Office in Vancouver Was Designed to Look Like a High-End Garage
- By: Mishal OmarNov 10, 2016