Corporate business moves at a frenetic pace and requires an office space that is welcoming to clients. The environment must be functional for the employees but also provide comfort and an inviting space for clients that helps them feel at ease. Spaces, Inc. harnessed their extensive interior architecture and design expertise to assist Mass Mutual in redesigning their Kansas City office.
Mass Mutual, a full service American mutual life insurance company serving 13 million clients worldwide with a regional and national scope, to shift the culture and atmosphere of the company to reflect a vibrant and energetic feel. Spaces was able to the design their 24 private offices, 22 workstations, 18 seated workstation, mail room, break room, large conference room, and multiple small conference rooms. lobby and lounge. Spaces, Inc. worked with the end user in order to create a professional space that brought the client’s vision to life.
Spaces, Inc. collaborated with employees at Mass Mutual to create the ideal environment. Spaces worked closely with the employees to select finishes and aesthetic looks of statement pieces throughout the space. The ideas that our team provided matched Mass Mutual’s goals and vision for their new space. We worked with them to strategize the budget while not compromising the overall aesthetic.
One of the innovations found in the new space was the introduction of DIRTT Glass fronts to allow all the natural light to come into the building. The new office space will attract new talent and the employees feel great working in their new environment. In order to create a productive and aesthetically pleasing office space that kept within the set budget, Spaces, Inc. used products and designs from providers such as Knoll, DIRTT, Global, Hightower, SquareOne, and Group Lacasse Lounge. These top of the line modern products created a workspace that was in keeping with Mass Mutual’s high standards of excellence. If you want to create a unique office for your employees and customers, call us at (913) 894-8900 today!