The Trend Hunter Inc. headquarters were recently visited by the Globe and Mail to be interviewed about its unique office space and design in downtown Toronto. Founder and CEO Jeremy Gutsche shares some of the inspiration behind the space's eclectic and appealing design.
Housing the editorial team of journalists as well as the sales and research team, the downtown office offers a welcome blend of vintage and modern design elements. Exposed brick is complemented with pops of black and red furniture and art to match the company's branding.
To juxtapose the forward-thinking culture of the company, vintage typewriters and vintage telephones decorate the office's desks and storage units.
Each week, employees can look forward to team meetings in the large lunch room, equipped with a full bar, a library curated with pop culture-themed books, a massive dining table and a quirky red fridge.
Office draws inspiration from the past with vintage typewriters, telephones.
Watch the whole interview at The Globe and Mail.
The Globe and Mail: Trend Hunter's Office Draws Inspiration From Vintage Typewriters & Phones
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- By: Jaime NeelySep 8, 2014