Moving to a new 20,000 square-foot building gave Lessiter, a Wisconsin-based media company an opportunity to upgrade its space and its interior design.
The company publishes magazines, newsletters, websites and other media within the agricultural industry. The company leadership contacted Rightsize to PLAN and FURNISH the new building. One unique challenge for this project was incorporating various departments – ranging from art to accounting – and addressing each one’s unique needs.
The client studied current design trends and opted to place the 15 private offices in the center of the space, with two open areas along the walls for a total of 35 workstations. The project included two conference rooms, a breakroom, and collaboration and storage areas.
Rightsize incorporated brand colors and two-tone woods, in maple and walnut finishes, to make the space feel warm and welcoming. A floor-to-ceiling chalkboard wall in the breakroom also encouraged teamwork and creativity.
Rightsize demonstrated that focusing on an office’s aesthetic is a good return on investment.