Round Room, the largest Verizon Authorized Retailer in the country, needed to update their office space in Fishers, IN after the pandemic. The goal was to create a clean and sleek design while incorporating texture and providing both a comfortable lounge area and many desks for a standard work area. The office aimed to reflect Round Room's creativity, innovation, and growth.
Round Room, based in Fishers, IN, is a company that leads and invests in businesses serving the wireless industry. They decided to relocate and bring all their portfolios into one location, requiring a unique and collaborative space for their employees. Since the company was rapidly growing and named one of the fastest growing private companies for four consecutive years, they needed a space to keep up with their success.
As the company grew to become the largest Verizon Authorized Retailer in the country, they needed a space that could accommodate further growth and reflect their innovative offerings. Even though the company is on the move, the designers aimed to create a comfortable and visually appealing space that offered something for every individual, with elements like natural light, cool furniture, textures, and unique artwork. The goal was to foster a sense of warmth and calmness, departing from the typical stressful work environment.
190,000 square feet
The renovated Round Room office space encompasses several notable features. It includes a 450-person training and event center which is available for public rental for various occasions such as conferences and events. Additionally, the office features a nonprofit hub, a fitness center, and a 40,000-square-foot common area.
One distinctive element is a multi-floored slide, serving as a quick mode of transportation between floors and providing a unique entrance for standing scrum meetings. The Round Room's renovated office space successfully combines a clean and sleek design with elements of texture and comfort, offering a dynamic and collaborative environment for their employees.
- Rebecca dean
"This group has to be creative and innovative because they are on the front edge of everything so they needed a space that reflected that."