Office Spotlight: 60 State St
What’s the first thing someone would notice in this office?
The gracefully curved, stainless steel slide that connects the two floors. Knowing that a slide would help to reflect their fun, creative culture, Criteo and Dyer Brown worked together to determine how they could fit the slide into the project’s budget.
What does this office say about the company you designed it for?
Dyer Brown’s workplace design for Criteo’s Boston offices emphasizes the company’s belief that the office environment impacts employee productivity. Criteo provides their employees with fun elements to encourage collaboration and maintain a positive work environment, and Dyer Brown’s design provides a vibrant atmosphere and a variety of workspace types for employees to choose from.
Describe the layout of this office. How does this office design encourage creativity, productivity, and team happiness?
The open office layout integrates workstations of varying heights to accommodate 175 employees with conference rooms, a phone room, a mother’s room, a large pantry area, and several lounges. The design capitalizes on sweeping views of Boston Harbor, creating an environment that encourages staff to collaborate and connect.
Photographer: by Darrin Hunter, courtesy of Dyer Brown
Designer: Dyer Brown