Womble Carlyle: Workplace Redesign

Womble Carlyle, a 140-year-old law firm with offices across the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Silicon Valley is known for embracing new technology and advising clients on cutting edge legal issues. Their new Raleigh, NC office reflects their leadership position. It’s a high performance workspace that helps improve employee wellbeing and conveys an image befitting a top tier law firm, yet uses less real estate than their old office.

Building Wellbeing into the Workplace

Choice and control are found throughout the work environment’s furniture and tools. A chair that provides ergonomic benefits to people of various sizes and working in different postures adds to physical wellbeing.

Agnew Moyer Smith, Inc. Innovates Office

After more than 20 years of business, the communication design firm Agnew Moyer Smith Inc. (AMS) was beginning to fight its space. Designed just as computers were entering the industry, the space didn’t support mobile computing well. It had also failed to keep up with the firm’s evolving team structure and processes.

TELUS: Crafting a New Workplace

TELUS is a leading telecommunications provider in Canada. Like many organizations in its industry, TELUS has grown dramatically in recent years, both organically and through strategic acquisitions.

Vodafone: Fostering a New Work Culture

Orchestrating the transition to a new organizational culture and work environment. Companies everywhere are scrambling to adapt to a more global, mobile, and collaborative business model.

Banco de Crédito del Perú Redefines Culture

Banco de Crédito del Perú is the largest and oldest bank in Peru, a model of performance in the banking industry, highly regarded for steady growth and innovative financial products.

Reinventing the WorkBench for the Office

The workbench is a workplace tradition. From the wood tables used for centuries to today’s sleek, technology-infused versions , benching is a concept that continues to evolve.