Workstead Crafts a Unique Workplace for PMC in Raleigh, North Carolina
Multidisciplinary design firm Workstead—led by Stefanie Brechbuehler, Robert Highsmith, and Ryan Mahoney—was tasked with creating a Raleigh headquarters for workplace consultants and Haworth dealer PMC that served as both a workplace and a showroom. “One of our challenges was to create a space with an identity yet neutral enough to showcase different types of furniture,” principal Ryan Mahoney explains. An open floor plan was nixed in favor of an interconnected series of rooms for levels of privacy and enhanced collaboration. They aimed to boost productivity while mixing in some residential comforts and hotel-like amenities. Workstead used some of their own products, including Lodge lighting, alongside furniture by BuzziSpace and Menu. Curtains also help transform the space. “The window treatments create warmth and diffuse light,” Mahoney adds. The result is both intimate and functional, with the space fulfilling different needs.
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