Waterton’s new hybrid workplace environment is influenced by data-driven design and reflects their brand and hospitality character.

Interior architecture and design, furniture, branding/staging, and workplace strategy services for Waterton’s 30,000 SF new headquarters. The project involves consolidating two of Waterton’s offices into a single floor. Ware Malcomb conducted surveys and data analysis to arrive at ratios to determine Waterton’s new hybrid workplace environment after the pandemic. The project includes a variety of heads down work and social spaces including a unique “community room” concept where teams can gather when in person together at the office. These rooms included areas to collaborate in a variety of lounge settings and one interactive technology curved sofa area with bar seating behind for larger, more casual group meetings.


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