Life and work are changing as we know it. Our experiences look a little different, but regardless of what the future holds, we know it will start with you, the individual.

This is why we are proud to introduce You+. In its simplest form, You+ is about people, because people are truly an organization’s greatest asset. We have an opportunity to empower each person to be their best self. We know that this is the future of work.

Let's be honest.

While we may have some ideas about the future of work, we are still very early in this process. We don’t have all the answers and it’s refreshing to admit that.

When in doubt, we always come back to people. We will start with creating places that foster confidence, belonging, wellness, safety, connection, and trust.
Floorplan 1: 80/20
Floorplan 2: 50/50
Floorplan 3: 20/80

Floorplan 1: 80/20

Meeting the needs of an 80/20 workforce

The 80/20 floor plan was built with an equal focus on a personal experience. With the idea of 80% of the workforce returning to the office, we believe in creating more permanent workspaces as well as shared communal social areas, that offer employees a choice for how and where they want to work.
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Cultural Hub
Cultural Hub

Cultural Hub

  • The welcome zone
  • Vibrant use of color, which is a good first impression of the company culture and fosters creativity
  • Offering a wide variety of options for lounge and touch down areas
  • Areas to accommodate multiple activities, groups, and personalities
  • Healthy food options offered in the Café
  • Biophilic touches to divide space as well as reduce stress, improve cognitive function and enhance your mood and creativity
  • Acoustical value found in sound dampening textiles and decorative rugs through-out
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Community Club
Community Club

Community Club

  • The collaboration zone
  • Accessible for all types of work
  • Continued use of vibrant colors to foster creativity and innovation
  • Wide variety of meeting zones that vary in postures, heights, and horizons
    • Obeya offered for more enclosed, private space
    • Touchdown tables for different sized meeting groups
    • Lounge configurations for a more informal meeting space
    • Semi-enclosed booth seating for more private group touchdowns and video conferencing
    • Lounge/table combinations for more 1 on 1 informal or impromptu meetings
  • Personal semi-enclosed seating for privacy and restoration
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Village Square
Village Square

Village Square

  • The float zone
  • Neighborhood/community based
  • Created for teams that need flexibility within their space
  • Workstations that allow for mobility and flexibility depending on project/team requirements
  • Personal touchdown stations for individual privacy needs or 1 on 1 video conferencing
  • Small group meetings and collaboration zones
  • Utilizing Obeya for centralized meeting rooms that can be arranged as needs may shift/change
  • Utilizing mobile screens for space division and interactive meeting zones
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Base Camp
Base Camp
Base Camp

Base Camp

  • The fixed zone
  • Created for more stationary workers that need extra privacy and storage
    • Customer service, finance, IT, etc.
  • Primarily fixed stations are created to allow for long term flexibility as the company needs change and grow
  • Personal pods for privacy, video conferencing, or restoration
  • Individual workstations for personal touchdowns
  • Small group meeting areas
  • Semi-enclosed, large group meeting areas
  • Private offices created within Obeya that can adapt to the needs of an organization
  • Small soft architecture conference rooms for private group meetings
  • Biophilic space division helps to reduce stress, improve cognitive function, and enhance mood and creativity
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Learning Lab
Learning Lab

Learning Lab

  • The discovery and collaboration zone
  • Tiered seating with large display screens for equal opportunity discussion
  • Large room created with soft architecture to serve for large team meetings or training sessions
  • An eclectic mix of soft architecture to create multiple discovery zones and foster team collaboration
  • Being the most active space, the floor is used to define space and suggest boundaries to stick within
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Collaboration Center
Collaboration Center
Collaboration Center

Collaboration Center

  • The free zone
  • Intended for groups that do not need to go into the office everyday
    • Sales, marketing, etc.
  • Workstations are unassigned and used on a first come first serve basis
  • Lockers and totes used to support clean desk policies
  • Multiple touchdown zones created with soft architecture to support various meeting and collaboration activities
  • Collaborative tables for group check-ins and discussions
  • Privacy nooks for 1 on 1 meetings
  • Personal touchdowns around the perimeter for a quieter environment for focus
  • News/notice board on Obeya wall for organizational announcements
  • Different horizon lines, ensuring the whole space isn't closed off
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Floorplan 2: 50/50
Floorplan 3: 20/80

Floorplan 2: 50/50

Meeting the needs of a 50/50 workforce

The 50/50 floor plan is a balanced hybrid approach to the workplace, supporting full-time office users and those who find themselves in the office only a few days a week.
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Cultural Hub

Cultural Hub

  • The welcome zone
  • Biophilic space division helps to reduce stress, improve cognitive function, and enhance mood and creativity
  • Lobby seating available for those waiting to meet with clients
    • Divided by trees to partition off areas for additional touchdowns and waiting spaces.
    • Tables available to sit down and connect with others
    • Soft architecture walls to divide meeting tables into 2 distinct zones
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Social Hub

Social Hub

  • The café zone
  • Right off the welcome zone, an area to grab a snack or rendezvous with a friend allowing for quick connections
  • A lounge area with a TV for added benefits to relax and restore
  • An outdoor collection of products is beneficial for light and fresh air to continue to drive the importance of natural elements into the workplace
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Collaboration Center

Collaboration Center

  • The free zone
  • Larger, open areas for many different types of meetings and connections
  • Areas for team collaboration with touchdown stations that can easily reconfigure, as well as lounge booths for additional meeting areas
  • Multiple mobile tables and chairs for an on-demand eclectic mix of products offered for multiple activity-based needs
  • Soft architecture walls to create areas for collaborating
  • Hoteling stations used for people to reserve space for individual and team use
  • Lounge configurations for personal or team touchdown connections
  • Several setups using soft architecture walls to create multiple settings within activity zones
    • Small group meeting spaces for a team or video conferencing use
    • Mobile lounge utilized within meeting rooms for more informal connections
    • Personal pods for private touchdowns or video conferencing use
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Base Camp
Base Camp
Base Camp

Base Camp

  • The fixed zone
  • Individuals from the organization would most likely stay in this area all-day
  • Standardized workstations that allow for privacy but can be moved and adjusted based on the long term demands of the organization
  • Open meeting areas with either soft lounge or table applications with screens that both provide privacy to the group and aid in collaboration
  • Height-adjustable tables that promote wellness throughout the organization
  • Mix of heights, like low, sitting, and standing, give choices to employees on how they want to work
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Village Square
Village Square

Village Square

  • The float zone
  • For those team members that will be doing a mix of activities throughout the week
    • Sometimes together, sometimes apart
  • Workstations that can foster togetherness or individual needs
  • Individual touchdowns that utilize soft architecture for personal needs like individual video conferencing
  • Lounge configurations are used to create collaboration zones that can be utilized on both sides of the product
  • Lockers for individual needs to keep personal items stored throughout the day
  • Personal touchdown stations for semi-private needs
  • Multiple meeting areas for different types of collaboration
    • Enclosed with mobile chairs and tables for multiple application needs
    • Open with table and screens for on-demand privacy and collaboration needs
    • Semi-private lounge for group connection
  • Biophilic space division helps to reduce stress, improve cognitive function, and enhance mood and creativity
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Floorplan 1: 80/20
Floorplan 3: 20/80

Floorplan 3: 20/80

Meeting the needs of a 20/80 workforce

The 20/80 plan represents a highly creative and collaborative work environment. Since 80% of employees' time is spent elsewhere, it’s imperative that the office landscape optimizes the feeling of belonging and community when they find themselves connecting with their colleagues in the workplace. Finding flexibility thru soft architecture, removing the permanent walls, and creating spaces that can be agile and move along with an organization as change happens.
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Cultural Hub
Cultural Hub
Cultural Hub

Cultural Hub

  • The welcome zone
  • A hospitality approach to the welcome area
  • Utilizing soft architecture with both structured walls and casegoods to create a barista/bar area for welcoming clients in the most hospitable way
  • Individual lounge for clients that offer privacy and restoration while they wait
  • Open lounge configurations for informal connections
  • Enclosed meeting rooms for more formalized meeting arrangements for small/medium groups
  • Lockers devoted to personal storage at the 'start' of the experience
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Collaboration Center
Collaboration Center

Collaboration Center

  • The connection zone
  • An informal approach to connection. Simple, straight forward meeting area with different options for collaboration
  • Personal retreat with 1 on1 private connection
  • Biophilic space division helps to reduce stress, improve cognitive function, and enhance mood and creativity
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Eco Center

Eco Center

  • The outdoor zone
  • An outdoor collection of products is beneficial for light and fresh air to continue to drive the importance of natural elements into the workplace
    • Areas for play
    • Connection/meeting
    • Café and dining
Community Club
Community Club

Community Club

  • The neighborhood/team zone
  • Created for the team based approach that promotes ideas and inspiration
  • Centered around neighborhoods where you have stations that can be moved as necessary
  • Creative zones for brainstorming ideas
  • Individual touchdowns for personal and private use
  • 1 on 1 meeting zones with mobile screens to create on-demand privacy
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Learning Lab
Learning Lab

Learning Lab

  • The discovery and collaboration zone
  • Continued use of vibrant colors to foster creativity and innovation
  • Wide variety of meeting zones
    • Obeya offered for a more enclosed, private space
    • Touchdown tables for different size meeting groups
    • Lounge configurations for a more informal meeting space
    • Semi-enclosed booth seating for more private group touchdowns or video conferencing
    • Lounge/table mix for a more 1 on 1 impromptu touchdown
    • 1 on 1 meetings with retreat-style setups
    • Multiple mobile tables and chairs for an on-demand eclectic mix of product offered for multiple activity-based needs
    • Meeting spaces accessible from both sides to allow for additional collaboration zones while offering division
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Focus Center
Focus Center

Focus Center

  • The hoteling zone
  • Hoteling stations used for people to reserve space for individual and team use
  • Personal touchdowns for individual needs
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Connection Point

Connection Point

  • The hot desking zone
  • First come first serve desking layout where individuals or groups can come to focus and connect
  • Team and individual based support
  • Individual pods utilizing soft architectural walls for privacy
  • Soft architecture walls for private group meetings
  • Semi-enclosed lounge used as touchdowns for team meetings
  • Biophilic space division helps to reduce stress, improve cognitive function, and enhance mood and creativity
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Floorplan 1: 80/20
Floorplan 2: 50/50

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