Mattress Firm chose tvsdesign to help consolidate two corporate locations into one in southwest Houston, Texas. The decision to consolidate headquarters was spurred by Mattress Firm’s fast-paced growth, along with a strategy to align the company’s brand identity with its organizational culture. (more…)
Sealed Air’s new state-of-the-art global corporate headquarters is now open in Charlotte. (more…)
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and tvsdesign are pleased to announce Steven Clem, ASID, FAIA, tvsdesign principal, as the 2017 ASID Designer of Distinction. Presented annually, this award honors an ASID professional member who has established a body of superior work demonstrating creativity, excellence, and innovation. This is the premier award for personal achievement and social consciousness in the interior design profession. (more…)
Atlanta architect David Brown may be a little-known name in Charlotte real estate, but few have had a bigger impact on the city’s look.
The principal at TVS Design played a key role in designing the TIAA-CREF campus near UNC Charlotte, the Duke Energy Center office tower downtown and most recently, the Sealed Air headquarters[Read: The Sealed Air buildings’ many makers] in southwest Charlotte and, now, LPL Financial Center in the Kingsley Park development in Fort Mill.
Featured in ABC13 News: HOUSTON (KTRK) ––The new Mattress Firm Headquarters might just be the coolest office in town. The 130,000-square-foot “BEDquarters” in southwest Houston comes with ping pong tables, indoor swings, arcade games and sleeping pods for employees to take power naps during their work day.
It’s the most wonderful workplace time of the year, when thousands of workplace experts head to Chicago for NeoCon and take a look at all things work—the furniture we work in and around, the environments that help us be more productive and the trends workplace interiors vendors are instituting. (more…)
For GRP Media, a Chicago-based media planning and buying agency, having an office space that supports a variety of work styles to keep employees happy and productive and to attract new talent is essential. They needed an environment that allowed for quiet, focused work and extra places to support coming together to learn, socialize and teach. tvsdesign was brought in to listen to its needs and re-imagine a space that could enhance its business and maximize real estate investment.
Much of the existing conditions in the new lease space were transformed into a highly functional workplace with colorful design additions, carefully selected lighting and a variety of closed and open meeting spaces, including the bright café area with views of the towering skyline along the Chicago River and the bustling activity on the Magnificent Mile.
Inspiration for the new design came in the form of media content—words, symbols, shapes, photos and graphics that are the fabric of GRP Media’s work. Work stations and offices are positioned in a way that is approachable without being distracting, allowing employees to accomplish more without feeling isolated. The new headquarters are a place that is a medium for outstanding productivity and a visual representation of its brand and culture.