Creating an engaging workplace starts with the office environment. We work with clients to understand their fundamental needs as an organization and then develop creative solutions to provide a workplace that cultivates engagement, promotes company brand and culture, and fosters connections between employees.
From open office and co-working spaces to traditional office and corporate training centers, we help clients design spaces that best engage their employees culture, brand and environment.
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Nicole Cadenhead, RID, WELL AP
Studio Manager – Workplace Interiors
Nicole heads up the Workplace Interiors division at Method. With over 10 years experience creating engaging and healthy workplaces, Nicole and her team are designing spaces for the next generation of talent.
CORPORATE INTERIORS PROJECTS
As new generations enter the workforce, we must adapt our approach to workplace design to focus on what is important to employees.
Technology and career trends will continue to evolve. We are here to help you create a workplace strategy to achieve your company’s goals and capture your future talent base.
We understand that no two organizations operate the same way. We also understand that not every team or employee works the same way either. From open office layouts and hot-desking to collaboration hubs and traditional offices, we collaborate with clients to understand their employees needs and programmatic requirements to create the optimal workplace to achieve company goals.
- Workplace Strategy
Today’s workforce is increasingly mobile. With coworking and hot-desking becoming more common, workplaces must act as a hub of connectivity. Whether it’s a meeting place for your employees, clients, prospects or consultants, the office should give people a place to connect seamlessly with each other, with technology and with the surrounding community.
- Tech integrations
10 Cool Lobby Reception Designs
First impressions are a big deal and your lobby is the first impression of your company. While major renovations are sometimes necessary for an office, giving your lobby and reception areas a face lift every few years can keep your image fresh and keep morale high!
Method Hires New Head of Corporate Interiors
Nicole Cadenhead joins Method Architecture to lead the firm’s corporate interiors division. Nicole has over 10 years of experience working with some of the top workplace developers in the region.
Designing the Office for Gen Z
By the end of the decade, Generation Z will be entering the workforce. It’s time for employers to stop trying to design their offices for Millennials and start thinking of Gen Z. A good workplace design and environment is imperative for all employees to feel comfortable and happy.