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Laminate bathroom stalls provide enhanced privacy with smaller floor openings

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These laminate acoustical panels do a great job of removing unwanted sound

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Modular panel workstations are a great way to save cost over traditional clunky cubicles

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Graduated stripe wallpaper provides class in this executive space

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A glass top protects executive conference table

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The calm, neutral palette gave way to rich textures, with warm woods being the featured element.

Challenge: A rapidly growing company that locates housing for displaced families found themselves in need of a place to call home.  Key Interiors was brought in to create a floor plan, provide finishes and furnish their new construction building in the heart of downtown St. Charles.  The 36,000 square foot space was spread out over 3 floors.  Our challenge was to create an open, collaborative space with distinct team divisions.  The owners requested a neutral, residential aesthetic aligned with the craftsman building style while incorporating both mid-century modern and Asian influences.

Solution:  Key Interiors created a central corridor of private offices, placing the team workstations along the perimeter of the building to maximize exterior light and riverfront views.  Custom designed, quad workstations with low partitions provided a defined work space within an interactive team unit.  “Quick Moment” meeting spaces were placed throughout to encourage movement in a desk bound work environment.  The calm, neutral palette gave way to rich textures, with warm woods being the featured element.