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Check out our Fresh Office Remodel

September 16, 2014

Nathan Dean

By Nathan Dean

Fresh recently partnered with Unispace to remodel our office space to better fit our brand and personality. The lobby got a significant make-over which includes (among other things):

  • Modern furniture from Turnstone
  • An enormous plasma screen showcasing recent work
  • Custom overhead lighting
  • A curved wall painted green <–– my favorite since it can double as a background for green-screen video productions!

All walls were painted, new carpeting… the WORKS!


  • The think-tank hall with magnetic walls – inspiration space for posting recent work, drafts for feedback and other cool stuff
  • Guh-guh-GIANT whiteboard walls!
  • Revamped conference rooms including a custom painting from Christine Warjone
  • A top-of-the-line massage chair  (well that was here before, but it’s a recent addition worth mentioning)
  • Many more!


Well, needless to say the place looks fantastic so you should definitely come out for a tour! In the meantime check out the pictures and other media below.


photo-3 Conference whiteboard-monster


Nathan Dean

Nathan Dean

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