Working closely with the owner, the team designed an innovative interpretation of the workplace. Traditional office layouts were replaced with creative and fun common spaces, treadmill and balance ball workstation areas, a café-style kitchen, an outdoor patio, and lounge areas. The new design incorporates an organic-industrial concept featuring a modern façade treatment and interior quality-of-life amenities. The aesthetic is achieved by bringing “the outside in” through the installation of a climbing wall and faux grass, combined with slate, concrete and exposed steel finishes.
“The Laddawn and Maugel team have been in sync throughout the project--from the initial feasibility study through the selection of the exciting materials and finishes. Ladd Lavallee and Dawn Seiple, co-presidents of Laddawn, had expectations for a 5,000 to 7,000sf addition. But with some creative design and site plan orchestrations, we were able to add 18,000sf to the project,” said Brent Maugel, president of Maugel Architects. “The additional space will be able to accommodate the company’s growth for the next 5 to 10 years.”
Thanks also to team members Mike Lanney of Apex Properties, Jesse Johnson of David Ross Associates, and Christina Borella and Cindi Giugliano Cascio of Maugel Architects.