At first glance, Redwood Living is a company that builds and manages single-story apartment homes. But when you look closer, they are so much more. They are builders, they are innovators, they are people who go the extra mile. And most importantly, they are committed to one overarching goal – enriching the lives of those who choose to rent throughout suburban America. In Vocon, they found a partner that shares their values and would work collaboratively with them to design solutions that celebrate their commitment to the community.
The original ADP building was an award-winning structure designed by Fleishman Architecture in 1979. Vocon emphasized many of the unique architectural elements throughout the 32,000 SF renovation. By leveraging the two-story atrium as a collaboration commons, we were able to connect all areas of the building through one central core – emphasizing Redwood’s culture.
The two-story space features open offices with flexible furniture, small huddle rooms and sit-to-stand desks. The office now has fifteen conference rooms of various sizes – ten of which are located around the central core on the first floor – as well as two training rooms and two boardrooms on the second floor. Our team also incorporated branded elements throughout the space, the most prominent being a custom wallcovering in the café space that depicts sketched faces that symbolize their identity as a team.