When this business incubator company opened in Wisconsin in January 2016, Rightsize had the space well equipped for them to take entrepreneurs and their businesses from concept to completion.
Focusing primarily on technology businesses, the shared and private spaces needed to exude a modern, industrial feel and complement the company’s brand. The company sought to attract and retain clientele to the 20,000-square-foot space with functional, innovative furnishings and a space plan that accommodated private and communal use.
“This project was fantastic because the company took an old industrial building with great bones and updated it, while maintaining the look and feel,” said Workplace Solutions Manager Mary Toepel. “From an aesthetic standpoint, it was stunning.”
Rightsize completed the project in less than six months, within an innovation budget, including all steps in the PLAN, FURNISH and SERVICE process. The project included private offices, open space, two “war rooms” and a conference room. Rightsize used a BLENDED SOLUTION including Global furniture with AV power and flip top table applications, pre-owned Knoll guest seating, and custom-made pieces from WOODWORKSPACES, including a copper and reclaimed wood desk that anchored the reception area.
“We put in gorgeous counters in the kitchen area and used specific bolts and hardware to pull through the character for consistency,” said Toepel.