"In our old space, we were in two buildings separated by a walkway (and) spread across six floors, and we were coming together under one space," Pedigo says.
"We could've just done three floors and be separated by an elevator and closed-shaft stairway. But when we told our architects what we wanted to accomplish, they came up with a more open plan down the center of the space with the open stairs and coffee bar and everything so that all activity and movement would flow through that space."
One of the more unusual parts of the space is the red accent on the wall behind the coffee bar and in the lobby. The office also has a leather wall behind the receptionist's desk on the space's second floor, a steel screen with an intricate design that runs down all three floors and an open stairwell with glass and metal railings.
The spaces also has elements such as motion-censored lights, large rooms that can expand or be divided based on a meeting's needs, and a common area on the third floor that can be transformed in a large space for a gathering.