Environments had the opportunity to provide all new furniture for Paramount Title Agency’s empty office space in Greenwood Village, Colorado. The client’s request was for furniture that had a modern and slightly unexpected feel, avoiding a standard corporate look. With Paramount’s clients entering the space daily, the lobby and reception area would need a welcoming feel, and the whole space would need to offer a wide variety of seating options. Floor-to-ceiling glass throughout captures the natural light of the space, and offers almost 360-degree views from a 13th-floor vantage point in the beautiful Denver Tech Center.

Four conference rooms can accommodate different client meetings that occur, from small conference spaces for groups of four or fewer, to spaces for larger groups of 10-12 participants. An open office area steers away from standard linear rows of workstations, while providing ample work-surface space as well as standing- and seated-height flexibility for all team members. Individual workspaces accommodate three computer monitors while including very limited filing space.

Mini-offices were also created with the objective of feeling bright and spacious, even though compact in size. We included large work-surfaces and focused on space efficiency while providing adequate filing and sorting space for a large degree of paper flow.

Both executive offices are shared spaces for two people. The goal in these spaces was to maintain a casual yet professional environment. One office was to embrace a minimalist, clean look with closed storage for a variety of items; the other was to have flexibility for standing- and seated-height work options, as well as multiple computer monitors and ample storage space.

Products used in this Denver office space design project include National Office Furniture’s Hobson lounge seating, Wixler occasional tables, and Grin and Jewel bar stools in the lobby. National’s Reno lounge seating and Tessera side table were specified in the secondary waiting area; National’s Waveworks conference tables and storage, along with Global’s Luray conference seating, were used in the conference rooms. The reception area features a National Tessera reception desk and executive office furniture; mini-offices feature Global Zira components and ESI height-adjustable bases. Compile systems furniture and ESI height-adjustible bases are featured in the 120-degree open office area, with Sit On It task seating throughout the space.