If you are on the internet, chances are that you’ve used Pandora Internet Radio. I know I have (and currently am). Well, they recently moved into a new Chicago office with the help of Eastlake Studio.
A little bit about the project from the architect:
“Pandora’s Chicago office in Tribune Tower, references music genres, personalities, and places through integrated artwork and streaming music in public areas. Whimsical phone booths provide nooks for conference calls and heads-down work, while meeting rooms with fully glazed walls ensure that staff has full access to the spectacular views. The elevator lobby is softened with draperies, enhancing not only the acoustics, but also one’s initial impression of the space.”
From what I can tell, the space has a ton of light flowing in from all sides. And paired with a number of transparent wall solutions, employees are able to enjoy it throughout the day. Workstations are Herman Miller and are located around the exterior of the building, with main functions centrally located.
I’m in love with the lobby – especially the Pandora carpet. Another item I’m enjoying is the equalizer wall treatments in the main conference room.
Talk about one great sales office.