When Minneapolis-based advertising agency Little & Company moved to a new open office downtown, a major design change was in order to accommodate the agency’s collaborative nature. Shea, Inc. devised a strategy incorporating two design zones: a high-energy public sector with communal meeting spaces and conference rooms and a heads-down area for more focused individual work. The workspace is separated by an activity aisle outfitted with islands for impromptu meetings and writeable pinup boards to keep the creativity flowing.
Adding interactive, energetic common space was important for Little. Shea dreamed up a kitchen featuring a communal table and “Kick Ass Bar” stocked with libations, both with plenty of workspace and opportunities for employees to collaborate in an informal environment.
Architecture and Interiors by Shea, Inc.