For nearly a year now, businesses’ day-to-day operations have been stuck in limbo. As COVID-19 vaccine distributions begin, they can, at last, make educated decisions about how and where employees will work in the months ahead. Design has had to respond to the new workspace. Below are a few of our clients’ new office space designs that inspire, connect, and perform.
Growth, Evolution, and Adaptation
As a fast-growing North Texas healthcare firm, Medecision’s office needed to expand over 12,000 square feet. The brand takes inspiration from the simple idea of building blocks, and the fractal patterns emphasize modular growth, evolution, and adaptation. The multifaceted and bold illustration is found throughout Medecision’s branding and is embraced and celebrated in their new headquarters. The environmental graphics throughout the space and the dynamic seating element that connects the common areas are derived from the fractal patterns found in the company’s branding.
Nature to Nurture
Square Peg Design was retained to create the Wayfinding and Workplace Graphics. Patterning, color, and texture all played an important role in bringing Patelco’s branding and the feeling of nature into their new headquarters. With a play of various angles and shapes, the central area and common spaces have a modern organic feel
Flexible Kit of Parts
Designed to reflect their position in the gaming world, Zynga now has a system of workplace graphics to enhance and enliven their newly renovated corporate office headquarters. Working with a limited brand vocabulary, SQPEG designed a flexible “kit of parts” that could be used in ways that would keep messaging relevant and fresh. This included amplifying core brand expressions and energizing simple but beloved graphic icons.
On the Boards
SQPEG has a variety of exciting new projects
in the works:
- Wingstop Corporate Headquarters | Addison, Texas
- Hotel del Coronado | San Diego, California
- VA Medical Center | Louisville, Kentucky
- DUO Galleria | Singapore
- Surbana Jurong Campus | Singapore
- Hanoi Four Seasons Hotel | Hanoi, Viet Nam
Jack Eastgate is a Fiji-born graphic designer, illustrator, art educator, muralist – and most recently, a new dad. While studying design at CSU East Bay, he was introduced to the world of live painting and continues this passion. Jack has been with SQPEG for over five years and has expanded his skill set with a variety of projects. In addition to digital and static sign designs, he has also been commissioned for murals and played a significant role in Zynga’s Headquarters office illustrations.